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FOREWORD 






Each individual at Longmeadow High School 






is a vital part of our school. This yearbook is a 






record of these individuals and their achieve- 






ments. The one hundred eighty-three seniors, the 






teachers, and all others at our school have con- 






tributed something good and worthwhile of them- 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS 




Dedication 4 

Administration and Faculty 6 

Seniors 28 

Underclassmen 66 

Activities 84 

Sports H2 

Advertisements 138 




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DEDICATION 



"The purpose of a high school is to help each student discover his abilities 
and talents and to motivate him toward further success as an individual." These 
are the words of a man we all know, respect, and honor, Mr. Craver, principal 
of Longmeadow High School. 

As a football coach guides a young and energetic team toward higher 
goals, so Mr. Craver heads our school, guiding it toward greater achievement. 
The new addition to our high school, the organization of the faculty council, 
and the creation of the language laboratory give testimony to the administra- 
tive abilities of our principal. 

But to us, Mr. Craver is more than an able administrator; he is our friend. 
His warmth and sincerity are felt by all. Either in a light conversation or a 
serious discussion, our principal imparts to each student the feeling of friendship 
which is so vital to the spirit of our school. 

Mr. Craver feels that Longmeadow High School should present to each 
student the means for acquiring as much knowledge and appreciation for knowl- 
edge as possible, rather than merely to prepare him for a college education. 
This is the worthy goal of a worthy man. 



The Craver family enjoys 
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STANDING: Andrew, Mrs. Craver, Stephen, 
Mr. Craver. SEATED: Mary Josephine, 
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EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES EXPAND 
UNDER SCHOOL COMMITTEE GUIDANCE 




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SEATED: Herbert M. Goldstein; Rene H. Bachand, Business Manager; Dr. Robert D. Russell, Superintendent; 
Mrs. Charles W. Carter, Chairman; Mrs. Russell P. Dale, Jr. STANDING: J. Robert Montgomery; Irving A. 
Quimby. 

The School Committee is the policy-making board of the 
Longmeadow School System. Under the chairmanship of Mrs. 
Charles W. Carter, the Longmeadow School Committee endeav- 
ors to scrutinize the problems and needs of young people in 
Longmeadow. They make estimates as to yearly student enroll- 
ment and classroom needs. This organization is vital to the ad- 
ministration of our daily school life. 

Regarding her responsibilities, Mrs. Carter stated, "In the 
basic philosophy of the Longmeadow School System, we accept 
the fact that each pupil is an individual and try to provide a 
climate in which each person can develop his or her intellectual, 
creative, and mechanical abilities to his own degree of fulfill- 
ment." 




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SUPERINTENDENT SEEKS QUALITY 
EDUCATION IN OUR SCHOOLS 




DR. ROBERT D. RUSSELL 
Superintendent of Schools 



An ever-improving school system such as ours 
in Longmeadow needs a dynamic leader. Such a 
man is Dr. Robert Russell, superintendent of 
schools, who came to Longmeadow two years 
ago. In spite of his relative newness, Dr. Russell 
continues in the tradition of constant change and 
experimentation to make our school system equal 
to the best in the country. 

Emphasizing the growth of the individual, 
Longmeadow begins in the elementary schools to 
provide a wide variety of courses, to keep the 



junior high school where students also have the 
opportunity to participate in a wide range of 
extra-curricular activities. A cooperative program 
with Trade High School is added to our own 
variety of course offerings, a well-organized 
guidance system, small classes, and many extra- 
curricular activities to better enable each student 
to find his forte. Dr. Russell feels there is still 
room for improvement; even now he is planning 
further changes to enable Longmeadow students 
to receive an education which best fits their indi- 



classes small, and to give each student personal vidual talents and needs, 

guidance. These programs are continued through 







FACULTY COUNCIL CONTINUES TO 

CO-ORDINATE 

FACETS OF SCHOOL 



FRONT ROW: Donald T. Fuller, Miss Onaita Maclntyre, Edgar 
G. Craver, Miss Lillian Erickson, William A. Dexter. BACK ROW: 
Robert Ness, John M. Haskell, Angelo Teixeira, Olivio A. Lopes, 
Robert D'Agostino. 



The Faculty Council was organized 
in 1961 to maintain a close relation- 
ship between students, teachers, and 
the administration. Although the 
student enrollment at Longmeadow 
High School has increased yearly, 
the identity of the individual teacher 
and student has not been lost. 
Through the department heads who 
compose the Council, the teachers 
can express their thoughts concern- 
ing curriculum and can recommend 
changes that will help the students. 
Thus the Faculty Council continues to 
represent the interests of the various 
areas of our educational program. 



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NEW ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ASSUMES DUTIES 



In the fall we were happy to welcome Mr. Donald T. Fuller and his family 
to the town of Longmeadow where he assumed his position as our new assistant 
principal. 

In addition to assisting in the day to day operation of the school, the assist- 
ant principal has the immense responsibility of maintaining the high standards 
of decorum long associated with Longmeadow High School. The co-ordination 
of all extra-curricular activities also comes under his direction. 

Mr. Fuller's advice, encouragement, and congenial manner in this first year 
will be remembered. 




DONALD T. FULLER 
Assistant Principal 



STUDENT COUNCIL UNDERTAKES NEW AND OLD PROJECTS 

The Student Council is made up of an active group of elected individuals 
who undertake various school projects. For the first time this year the Council 
exchanged representatives with Enfield High School in order that both schools 
might gain newer ideas to aid in school government. Another innovation this 
year was the Get-Acquainted Dance held at East Longmeadow High School and 
sponsored by the student councils of both schools. 

The Council undertook the selling of book covers, language lab tapes, and 
school sweat-shirts and jackets. It also organized various school activities such as 
the Halloween Dance, Playday, and the Talent Show. 

In the late spring of every year the Student Council awards two $100 schol- 
arships and in so doing completes a year of diligent work. 




SEATED: Carol Feldman, Roger Wilson, Clark Shattuck, John 
Potter, Bob Mauterstock, Ann Wallace, Sally Atkinson, Cappy 
Poole. STANDING: Mr. Joly, Frank Coes, Jeff Lyman, Nancy 
Lynch, Donna Greenberg, Leela Krishnamurthy, Danny Bloom, 
Bart Frisbie, Sandy Pool. 

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GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT AIDS IN 
COURSE AND COLLEGE SELECTIONS 




GUIDANCE DIRECTOR 
William A. Dexter . . . 
sincere and optimistic. 







James Climo . . . 

conscientious and pleasant. 



Gladys Jensen . . . 

personable and purposeful. 



Louis Josselyn . . . 
eager and exacting. 




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The main office is a center of organization 
for both students and faculty. With untiring 
patience the office secretaries perform myri- 
ad tasks. Whether a pass is needed, records 
are sought, or bookkeeping is to be done, 
they are always available. There is indi- 
vidual attention shown each student and 
faculty member who enters the office. The 
secretaries work efficiently and cheerfully 
making the office a bright and helpful center 
of the school. 



Doris Bowman 




Harriet Panto 




Carol DiGiore, Mrs. Washburn, Mary Hollabaugh 



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DEPARTMENT HEAD 
Olivio A. Lopes . . . 

philosophical and discerning. 




Amanda Wanegar . . . 

organized and sagacious. 



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Eve Dolgin . . . 

precise and motivating. 




Deborah Steele . . . 
astute and gracious. 



ENGLISH DEPARTMENT EMPHASIZES 
STEPPED-UP CURRICULUM 




John Lynch . . . 

clever and inspiring. 




Anne Marie Lynch . . . 
tireless and efforvescent. 




Gary A. Gutchell . . . 
patient and dynamic. 




Robert Homer . . . 

resolute and exacting. 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT STRESSES 
CONVERSATION AND CULTURE 



Gladys Leab . . . 

cheery and thorough 





Raymond R. Villeneuve . . 
considerate and witty. 



Carole D. Landry . . . 

vivacious and enthusiastic. 




Paul Standish . . . 

unruffled and accomplished. 




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LABORATORY ASSISTANT 
Arnelda Richter . . . 
calm and helpful. 





Linda Sherman . . . 

observant and dedicated. 



DEPARTMENT HEAD 
Onaita Maclntyre . . . 

understanding and intel- 
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John H. Hooper . . . 

organized and thorough. 




Henry J. North . . . 
firm and efficient. 




Edwin L. Finklehoffe . . . 
serious and capable. 




Charles J. Mannheim 
fair and cordial. 




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DEPARTMENT HEAD 
Angelo Teixeira . . . 

systematic and stimulating. 



Lawrence Ellershaw . . . 
astute and good-natured. 



Thomas L. Johnson . . . 
polished and exacting. 




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DEPARTMENT HEAD 
Robert Ness . . . 

quick-witted and logical 



MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 

MAINTAINS 

VERSATILE PROGRAM 




George Aldrich . . . 

friendly and understanding. 




William Ahern . . . 

reserved and intellectual 




Maurice Suher . . . 
capable and active. 




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Acton Wiley . . . 

stable and proficient. 



Donald Marsian . . . 
impartial and serious. 





Kenneth Woods . . . 
cooperative and just. 



Thomas J. Nesbitt . . . 
reliable and patient. 




Elizabeth K. Lavin . . . 
helpful and poised. 




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HISTORY AND BUSINESS 
DEPARTMENTS OFFER 
WIDE VARIETY 
OF COURSES 




Orsen P. Joly . . . 

warmhearted and industrious. 




Stanley Ursprung . . . 
efficient and stately. 




Walter A. Reppucci . . . 
erudite and worldly. 









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Val Dankevich . . . 

cooperative and zealous. 



Patricia R. Ryan . . . 

impartial and commanding. 



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Bruce R. Ryder . . . 
frank and natural. 





Arax Charkoudian . . . 

encouraging and cheerful. 




DEPARTMENT HEAD 
John M. Haskell . . . 

perceptive and reasonable. 



Joseph LaValley . . . 
thorough and sportive. 


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Robert D'Agostino . . . 
energetic and witty 






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Norman Harris . . . 

serious and determined. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
DEVELOPS 
ATHLETIC SKILLS 




Sharon L. Menzie . . . 
bright and humorous. 



Maureen Miller . . . 

sparkling and spirited. 



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FINE AND PRACTICAL ARTS 
DEVELOP TALENTS 





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Wilfred Burkle . . . 
patient and talented. 




LIBRARIAN 
Margery Baird . . . 

warmhearted and cheerful. 







DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN 
Lillian Erickson . . . 

creative and resourceful. 




John Rossiter . . . 
adroit and tolerant. 




David Allan . . . 

understanding and skillful. 



Gertrude Blakeborough . . . 
deft and observant. 



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HEALTH DEPARTMENT MAINTAINS 
STUDENT WELL-BEING 




NURSE 
Joan Low . . . 

able and sympathetic. 








PHYSICIAN 
Harry L. Roberts, M.D. . . . 
accomplished and scrupu- 
lous. 



DENTIST 
David L. Webber . . . 
careful and friendly. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT AROUND THE TABLE: Mrs. Reilly, Mrs. Burns, 
Mrs. Fortin, Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. McAfee, dietitian; Mrs. McKinney, 
Mrs. Tranghese, Mrs. Johnson. (Mrs. Fede was absent when pic- 
ture was taken.) 



CAFETERIA STAFF, 
CUSTODIANS PROVIDE 
INVALUABLE SERVICES 





Mr. Calabrese, Mr. Neuman, Mr. Diehl, 
Mr. Baker, Mr. O'Neil. 



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Applicant ranks □ exactly Q approxii 
school computed above rank in class by us 

□ Marks weighted as recommended 
by NASSP and AACRAO 

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Personality Record (Confidentia 



(REVISED) 



PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF 



First Nan 



where possit 



Stat 
udgments fai 



School Town or City 

The following characterizations are descriptions of behavior. It is recommended 
present teachers be indicated by the use of the following method or by checks: 

Example: MOTIVATION 

Purposeless Vacillating Usually Purposeful 

M (S) indicates the most common or modal behavior of the pupil as shown by the agreement o ^ 

of the numerals to the left and right indicates that one teacher considers the pupil vacillating and that two 
If preferred, the subject fields or other areas of relationship with the pupil may be used to replace the numerals. 







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SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS AND 

OFFICERS LEAD SUCCESSFUL CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Jeff Lyman, president; Jim Purdy, vice president- 
Candy Rock, secretary; Nancy Lynch, treasurer. 



The Senior Class Officers have 
had many responsibilities. They 
have led our class well through 
its most challenging and excit- 
ing year at Longmeadow High 
School. One of their many duties 
was the determination of Senior 
Class fiscal policy— class dues. In 
this way funds were made avail- 
able for the senior banquet, the 
prom, and caps and gowns for 
graduation. Class dances and 
other activities were organized 
by the officers. The advisors, Mrs. 
Leab and Mr. Houle, aided the 
officers and offered suggestions 
at all class meetings. They also 
guided all class dances and other 
projects. The Senior Class Coun- 
cil was another influential force 
in our class government. Mem- 
bers, elected by each senior 
homeroom, met with the class 
officers to help organize class 
activities. The members were 
also responsible for the collection 
of class dues in their respective 
homerooms. 




CLASS ADVISERS 

Mrs. Leab and Mr. Houle. 



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ROBERT BRUCE ABRAHAM 

25 Lincoln Park 
Red . . . has flaming red 
. . . an avid baseball fan 
quiet . . . responsible . . 
voted to the band. 




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LOUISE ANN ADAM 

73 Converse Street 
Serious ... a helpful friend 
. . . never in a hurry . . . has 
a warm smile ... a talented 
vocalist ... will be a devoted 
teacher. 




RICHARD TALBOT ADRIANCE 

184 Greenacre Avenue 
Rocky . . . likeable . . . has a 
smile that affects . . . generous 
. . . spends winters on skis — 
summers under sails. 



JEAN ELLEN ARTIOLI 

22 Booth Road 
Known for her shiny raven hair 
. . . frantic and fun . . . has an 
unforgettable voice . . . forever 
doing something. 



LUCY TEMPLE ATKINSON 

17 Oxford Road 
Robin . . . has an infectious 
laugh . . . meticulous ... a 
skilled pianist . . . will make a 
great nurse . . . spends summers 
in Vermont. 



GEORGE WASHINGTON 
BACON, III 

28 Woolworth Street 
Eggsie . . . good-natured . . . 
reticent . . . liked by everyone 
. . . has brilliance under cover 
. . . a man in perpetual motion. 






STEPHEN AYER BALDWIN 

280 Burbank Road 
Squeaky . . . seems quiet, but 
. . . energetic . . . always in- 
volved . . . possesses athletic 
prowess . . . casual . . . has a 
wild imagination. 



CHRISTINE BASDEKIS 

57 Warwick Street 
Chris . . . has a passion for 
skiing . . . always fun to be 
with ... a sympathetic listener 
. . . forever for the White Team. 




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TIMOTHY CHARLES BEAULIEU 

1077 Longmeadow Street 
Tim ... a free swinger . . . 
spends his summers and winters 
on skis . . . "See the U.SA. in 
your Chevrolet." 



GEORGE SICARD EEILBY 

986 Longmeadow Street 
8ei/s . . . has insight, intelligence 
and individuality ... a man of 
the world . . . firm in his con- 
victions . . . the Democrat. 





WILLIAM FRANCIS BENNETT 

38 Merriweather Drive 
Bill . . . known for his wit but 
can be serious . . . considerate 
and thoughtful . . . interested 
in sports. 



NANCY DOREEN BERNSTEIN 

24 Ridge Road 
Likeable and conscientious . . 
has a keen and eager mind . . 
artistic . . . has a cheery "hi 
for everyone. 



LINDA MARIE BILLINGS 

118 Hopkins Place 
A sincere and reliable friend . . . 
a talented musician ... an en- 
thusiast of the Village . . . has 
the courage of her convictions. 



DORINE ELLEN BLAKE 

7 Viscount Road 
Quiet and friendly . . . neat and 
orderly . . . remembered for her 
enthusiastic laugh ... a future 
teacher. 




RICHARD EARL BOND 

13 Glenwood Circle 
Dick ... a willing listener 
cool and easy-going . . . « 



in baseball . 
his shy smile. 



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LAURINDA W. BRIGHAM 

977 Longmeadow Street 
Laurie . . . industrious . . . 
quietly active . . . has a shy 
smile . . . dedicated to nursing 
. . . headed for Green Mountain 
Junior College. 




MARY ELIZABETH BURRIDGE 
84 Colton Place 
Conscientious ... a pleasant 
conversationalist . . . has quiet 
enthusiasm for sports . . . re- 
membered for the Girl Scouts. 



GEORGE WILLIAM BUSBY, III 

120 Ely Road 
Buzz . . . Traffic Squad co-cap- 
tain . . . capable and confident 
. . . displays dogged determina- 
tion . . . will be a fine chemical 
engineer. 




GERALD WILLIAM CAMPBELL 

113 Silver Birch Road 
Jerry . . . thoughtful and sin- 
cere ... an aspiring actor . . . 
esteemed for his athletic skill 
. . . interested in world events. 



JEAN LAURA CANTWELL 

65 Roseland Terrace 
Speaks with a sparkle . . . will- 
ing to give friendship and help 
. . . a blonde twin . . . will be 
an alert secreatry. 





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MARILYN JEAN CARPENTER 

349 Frank Smith Road 
Quiet and reserved ... a true 
and loyal friend . . . forever 
blushing . . . active in Rainbow 
Girls. 



ALAN CARTER 

271 Maple Road 
Al . . . has a joking nature . . . 
a valued team manager . . . has 
a flashing smile . . . walks dis- 
tinctively. 




ROBERT ARNOLD CHAFFEE 

65 Woofworth Street 
Chafe . . . modest . . . tough 
and rugged . . . has untapped 
energies ... an excellent soccer 
player. 



JANICE SUSAN CASAL 

9 Leetwood Drive 
Jan . . . Petite and pleasant 
. . . has the tastes of an artist 
. . . possesses a flair for colors. 



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CAROL MAE CHERESKIN 

94 Edgewood Avenue 
Cheres . . . unsuspectingly nu- 
merous . . . neat and petite . . . 
has black hair and blue eyes 
. . . loves the Sunshine State. 



RAYMOND WELLS CHANDLER 

170 Field Road 
Wells . . . buoyant . . . has 
diverse and determined beliefs 
. . . loves sports . . . often seen 
driving a yellow convertible. 




JOSEPH SABINO CHIUSANO 

390 Bliss Road 
Joe ... a big man . . . friendly 
but firm . . . loves the gridiron 
. . . Vivei Italia! . . . will be a 
pro. 



WAYNE RICHARD COGAN 

287 Frank Smith Road 
Always saying something to 
cause laughter . . . very fond 
of cars . . . has fine artistic 
talent. 






MYRA ELLEN COHEN 

371 Wolf Swamp Road 
Amiable . . . has a sense of 
responsibility ... a striking 
beauty . . forever involved 

. . . plans a career in home 
economics. 



CHERYL LEE CORBETT 

116 Fenwood Road 
Cher/'e . . . fun to be with . . . 
has a nice smile . . . pleasantly 
disorganized . . . plans to be- 
come a secretary. 











ROYCE ARMSTRONG CORT, JR. 

27 Glenwood Circle 
Easy and outward-going . . . 
athletically inclined . . . good- 
natured and likeable . . . dis- 
plays an unassuming manner. 



CATHLEEN DONNA COVALLI 

104 Nevins Avenue 
Caihy ... a frank individualist 
. . . has definite beliefs . . . 
loves the solitude of the beach 
. . . has a taste for cultured 
things. 



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ALAN L. COWLES 

372 Maple Road 
Al ... an optimist . . 
nomical . . . clean cut 
views the world with a 

an enthusiastic 
player. 



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LAWRENCE R. COWLES 

90 Longfellow Drive 
Larry . . . has a subtle and ever- 
present sense of humor ... a 
fine conversationalist . . . has 
the air of a philosopher. 








ROBERT GLENN CRATTY 

196 Prynnwood Road 
Zekc . . . quiet and unassuming 
. . . blond . . . intelligent and 
modest . . . likes science . . . 
wrestling enthusiast. 



REED LORING CRUESS 

28 Edgemont Street 
Happy and carefree . . . re- 
membered for his soccer and 
baseball playing . . . well-liked 
by everyone. 



MARGARET LANE DALE 

168 Maple Road 
Muffet . . . capable and intel- 
ligent . . . easily excited . . . 
helpful . . . ready to listen and 
learn . . . always reading. 



DIANNE DAVENPORT 

53 Crest Avenue 
Davy . . . socially inclined . . . 
fun to be with . . . has a whole- 




some appearance 
getic skier. 




CAROL JANE DIAMOND 

108 Eton Road 
Sparkling and pleasant . . . 
happy-go-lucky ... an energetic 
cheerleader . . . always neatly 
dressed . . . likes gymnastics. 



EDITH ADELIA DIBBLE 

57 Farmington Road 
Dee . . . our vivacious cheer- 
leading captain . . . school- 
spirited . . . always has a smile 
and kind word for everyone. 







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CAROL FRANCIS DiGIORE 

460 Bliss Road 
Didget . . . kindhearted . . . 
has graceful hands ... an en- 
thusiastic band member . . . 
has a special fondness for an- 
imals. 



WILLIAM GORDON ROPER 
DIVER 

82 Merriweather Drive 
Dudly . . . determined and ambi- 
tious . . . always wears a blue 
parka . . . loves hockey . . . has 
a congenial personality. 






WAYNE A. DONALDSON 

32 Elm Avenue 
Tall and lanky . . . good na- 
tured ... an agile basketball 
player . . . roots for the Red 
Sox. 



JANE ELIZABETH DONNELLY 

186 Cedar Road 
An optimist ... a good listener 





and a sincere friend . 


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smile for everyone . . 


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ented singer. 




JOHN MICHAEL DONOHOE 






263 Burbank Road 






Athletic ... a living dynamo 







. . . always willing to help . . . 
determined . . . known for do- 
ing the unexpected. 



ROBERT EDSON DORMAN 

136 Lincoln Road 
Spider . . . scientifically minded 
quiet . . . persistent ... a de- 
voted amateur chemist . . . con- 
siderate of others. 





WILLIAM MacDONALD DYSON 

70 Belleclaire Avenue 
Will . . . full of drive . . . makes 
friends easily ... an avid bas- 
ketball player and fan. 



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HARRY KARFF EHRLICH 
47 Chatham Road 
Earl . . . has a quick wit . . . 
a reliable friend . . . trustworthy 
. . . wields a humorous pen . . . 
an interested soccer player. 




BRUCE MASON ELMER 

96 Greenacre Avenue 
Calm and reliable . . . good 
natured ... a math scholar 
. . . enjoys politics . . . remem- 
bered for his changeable cars. 



LORA LEE EKMEJIAN 

1497 Longmeadow Street 
Industrious . . . quietly sophis- 
ticated . . . neat and stylish in 
dress ... a sailor's first mate 
. . . always busy on week-ends. 




SHELLEY RUTH FORBESS 
89 Dover Road 
Shell . . . makes friends easily 
. . . Senior Red Cross's devoted 
and enthusiastic leader . . . the 
Pep Club's vivacious organizer. 



JOHN C. FOSSA 

14 Ferncroft Street 
Chip . . . pleasant and amiable 
. . . well-mannered . . . enthu- 
siastically determined to do well 
. . . loves baseball. 





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MARJORIE ELLEN FOX 

87 Crestview Circle 
Margie . . . quiet and thought- 
ful ... a perfectionist . . . 
fashion conscious . . . the English 
student . . . Jet Jotter editor. 



ISABEL BETH FRANK 

23 Edgewood Avenue 
Bunny . . . very interested in 
others ... a good listener . . . 
always on the go . . . has an 
inborn sense of humor. 




ROBERT ALAN FRIEDLANDER 

37 Rosemore Street 



ERIC B. FRANKLIN 

25 White Oaks Drive 
Rick . . . self-confident . . . 
makes friends easily . . . well- 
dressed ... a banjo player and 
folksinger ... a swimming en- 
thusiast. 



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worthy 
quiet . . 
worker . 
clarinet. 



sensible and trust- 
. . cheerful though 
an industrious, silent 
. remembered for his 



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CAROLYN SHERWOOD FRUEH 

19 Crest Avenue 
Thoughtful and considerate . . . 
always laughing . . . enjoys 
good art . . . spends her winters 
on the ski slopes. 



MARCIA RUTH GALE 

133 Longwood Avenue 
Marsh . . . fun-loving . 
abounding in enthusiasm 
concerned for others . . . 
lady French-horn player . 
determined to be a nurse. 





SUZANNE GIBSON 

77 Longmeadow Street 
Gibber . . . loves people . . . 
light-hearted and gay ... an 
enthusiastic conversationalist and 
skier ... a future secretary. 



MARY JANE GILHOOLY 

40 Nevins Avenue 
Quiet ... a reliable and per- 





sistent worker 


. . . has a nice, 




shy smile . . . 


will make a fine 




secretary. 




JANET EMILY GOFF 

98 Converse Street 
Conscientious . . . quiet 




until 
excited . . . scholastically in- 
clined . . . naturally proud of 
her twin brother . . . our Geisha 
girl. 



HARRIET JEAN GOLDEN 

190 Birch Road 
Good-natured and patient . . . 
warmhearted ... an excellent 
and hard-working artist . . . 
has a smile for everyone. 




MARJORIE ANN GOLDSTEIN 

25 Warwick Street 
Margie . . . has a pleasing per- 
sonality . . . unaffected and sin- 
cere . . . owns beautiful sweaters 
. . . an ardent skier. 



ANN FABIANA GOSTYN 

409 Maple Road 
Enthusiastic and impetuous . . . 
understanding . . . always has 
long hair . . . ambitious and 
hard-working . . enjoys a 

variety of interests. 




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DONALD H. GREENWELL 

23 Duxbury Lane 
Don . . . self-reliant . . . has a 
quick sense of humor ... an 
all-around athlete . . . has an 
unmistakable grin ... a Button- 
down. 



DONALD JAMES GREGORY 

103 Oakwood Drive 
Don ... a man with hidde 
talent . . . quiet but alert . . 
easy to get along with . . 
never seen alone. 





JAMES TALBOT HARRELSON 

198 Edgewood Avenue 
Jim . . . pleasant and likeable 
. . . maintains a masculine si- 
lence ... a traveler . . . often 
seen in his V.W. . . a fine 
drummer. 



JUDITH CATHERINE 
HARRINGTON 

164 Farmington Road 
Jill ... a bundle of dynamite 
. . . understanding . . . laughs 
spontaneously . . . often seen in 
her baby-blue-topped Volks. 



SUSAN NORCROSS HENNICK 

98 South Park Avenue 
Sue . . . earnest and meticulous 
. . . a good friend . . . first to 
be accepted at college ... a 
mathematician . . . likes all 
sports. 

PETER MERRILL HOBART 

265 Converse Street 
Hobie . . . has an undaunted 
spirit and a contageous laugh 
. . . jovial and well-liked . . . 
a hard working soccer player. 






ROBERT WILLIAM HOLZAPFEL 

33 Duxbury Lane 
Bob . . . helpful and mild-man- 
nered . . . always flashes a 
friendly smile . . . enjoys cars 
... a sports enthusiast. 



RAY ALLAN HOMSTEAD 

33 Farmington Avenue 
Has a deep voice ... a great 
actor and singer . . . polite and 



considerate 
easy-going. 



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DANIEL STEVEN HOROWITZ 

481 Laurel Street 
Don . . . dignified . . . firm in 
his convictions . . . intellectual 
. . . seeks greater depth in 
everything. 



HARRY LEE HUBER 

145 Longmeadow Street 
Lee . . . very fond of cars . . . 
remembered for his flashy Ford 
. . . has nice handwriting . . . 
often missed. 





ANN WINSLOW JACKSON 

20 Hillcrest Avenue 
Gentle . . . sincere and depend- 
able . . . always looks neat and 
trim . . . the capable leader of 
the Drill Team. 



RICHARD HARRIS JACOBSOHN 

143 Deepwoods Drive 
Dross . . . has that mischievous 
look ... a devoted journalist 
. . . known for his clever wit and 
Shakespearean vocabulary. 



LINDA LOUISE JARVIS 
27 Maple Terrace 
Lin . . . lively and fun-loving 
. . . has a carefree laugh . . . 
enjoys records . . . plans to 
enter a career in business. 



FRANCINE M. JOYAL 
7 Robin Road 
Fran . . . delightfully disorgan- 
ized . . . has beautiful black 
hair . . . loves to joke . . . 
always seen in a black Ford. 




GARY MARK KAHN 

182 Englewood Road 
Gary . . . artistic . . . change- 
able . . . loves folk music, espe- 
cially Barbara Streisand . . . 
the hard-working head of Cy- 
cloramists. 



JOSEPH A. KESSLER 

73 Ellington Road 



Joe . . . casual 
round smile . . 
deep speaker . 
nastic talent. 



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displays gym- 







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FLORENCE KITCHENER 

8 Colony Acres Road 
Fluffy . . . exceptionally strong- 
willed . . . not easily upset . . . 
a barrel of fun . . . enjoys the 
world of art. 



CLAYTON BRUCE KIMBALL 

202 Primrose Drive 
Clay . . . always rushing some- 
where ... a conscientious stu- 
dent . . . will go into law . . . 
always eager to learn. 




ALFRED L. KNAUB 

38 York Drive 
Al ... a thinker . . . has strong 
convictions . . . handsome and 
well-dressed . . . interested in 
cars . . . likes sports. 



LEELA KRISHNAMURTHY 

1 Nandiduki Road 
Bangalore 6, India 
Small in stature— great in in- 
sight . . . friendly and com- 
passionate . . . perceptively 
witty . . . our welcomed visitor 
from India. 





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SUSAN ELLEN KROHNE 
38 Longview Drive 
Sue . . . effervescent . . . makes 
those needles flyl . . . will not 
forget her "little blue bug" . . . 
a future bridge champion. 



CYNTHIA DAWN LAVIN 

41 Wilkin Drive 
Cindy ... an extrovert . . . 
has a fine sense of humor and a 
riotous laugh . . . inquisitive . . . 
our fortune-telling actress. 




MURRAY SPRIGGS LEETY 

1000 Longmeadow Street 
Always helpful ... a tease and 
a fun-loving friend . . . enjoys 
hockey and skiing . . . remem- 
bered for summers up on the 
farm. 



RICHARD JAMES LEIZURE 
75 Greenacre Avenue 
Dick . . . reserved in manner 
. . . has a contagious laugh . . . 
easily excited . . . interested in 
electronics. 



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PETER GEARY LEVEN 

49 Laurel Street 
Pete . . . cordial and polite . . . 
carefree . . . has an ingratiating 
smile . . . always in motion . . . 
a classic dresser. 



WILLIAM ADDISON LINCOLN, 
III 

85 Western Drive 
Rill . . . friendly and well-man- 
nered . . . has sparkling eyes 
and a spontaneous smile . . . 
has a disarming manner. 




JUDITH MARILYN LITTLE 

10 Wildwood Glen 
Judy ... a willowy red-head 
. . . dresses well . . . always for 
the Jet Team ... an accom- 
plished and prize-winning horse- 
woman. 



CAROLE JOAN LOW 

137 Meadow Road 
Industrious . . . speaks with a 
certain finality ... a linguist 
... a willing and helpful fol- 
lower . . . will be a teacher. 





SUSAN ALICE LOW 

157 Pleasantview Avenue 
Sue . . . witty . . . refuses to 
cut her chestnut hair . . . re- 
membered for summers in New 
Hampshire ... a future psychol- 
ogist. 

EDWIN FOSTER LYMAN 

21 Englewood Road 
Ted . . . has an authoritative 
voice . . . historically minded 
... a Civil War authority . . . 
carries a distinctive briefcase 
. . . has a businessman's de- 
meanor. 




JEFFREY RAWSON LYMAN 

139 Wenonah Road 
Jeff ... in the midst of every- 
thing . . . handsome, likeable, 
and humorous . . . the "Pres" 
. . . plans to be an architectural 
engineer. 



ROBERT KIRK LYMAN, JR. 

139 Wenonah Road 
Kirk . . . has a fabulous per- 
sonality . . . easy to talk to . . . 
collegiate and well-dressed . . . 
always ready for a good time. 



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NANCY JEANNE LYNCH 

546 Williams Street 
A French scholar . . . always 
smiling and cheerful . . . persist- 
ently responsible . . . forever 
involved in school activities. 



RICHARD LEE MacGREGORY 

156 Edgewood Avenue 
Dick . . . cheerful and congenial 
. . . has artistic talent . . . dis- 
plays inexhaustable energy . . . 
an active leader of Cycloramists. 






JANET DOROTHY MACHON 

81 Greenacre Avenue 
A ball of fire with hair to match 
... a good mixer . . . remem- 
bered for her Weejuns and 
freckles. 



STEPHEN HYDE MacNAUGHT 

87 Edgewood Avenue 
Mac . . . ruggedly athletic . . . 
. enjoys va- 



a real competitor . 
cations in the North 
go far in business. 



MARY ELLEN MAHONEY 

92 Pleasantview Avenue 
Mohone . . . industrious and de- 
termined . . . tall and striking 
. . . loves to recall memories of 
the Cape . . . plans a career in 
nursing. 



RITA MARGARET MAILMAN 
71 Edgewood Avenue 
Understanding . . . cheerful and 
friendly . . . forever fooling on 
the weekends . . . always tries 
her very best. 







JOYANNE MARCUS 

112 Wilkin Drive 
Joy . . . quiet yet spirited . . . 
kind and thoughtful . . . has 
grace and poise . . . displays an 
exquisite taste in clothes. 



AMY LIZABETH MARCUSON 

68 Crestview Circle 
Vivacious and witty . . . a ve 
satile individualist . . . remen 
bered for her flashing green 
eyes . , 
Mexico. 




forever talking about 



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ANDREA MARGOLIS 

28 Woodside Drive 
Andy . . . always on the go . . . 
full of fun ... an enthusiastic 
supporter of her football-playing 
brother. 



RONALD JOSEPH MARINI 

94 Cedar Road 
Ron . . . quiet and self-sufficient 
. . . ready to stand up for what 
he believes . . . interested in 
science. 






PAUL BEDROS MARKARIAN 

836 Longmeadow Street 
Serious and diligent . . . has an 
extreme thirst for knowledge . . . 
remembered for his red motor- 
cycle. 



ALAN LEE MASTROMATTEO 

648 Laurel Street 
Always joking and laughing . 
a car and racing enthusiast . 
also likes to bowl. 



ROBERT BATES 
MAUTERSTOCK, JR. 

101 Edgewood Avenue 
Mo . . . friendly . . . always 
smiling ... a powerful and 
capable leader . . . involved in 
everything ... a future flirta- 
tious doctor. 



CHRISTOPHER JOHN MAYER 

82 Normandy Road 
Chris . . . has a volitile temper 
... a power under cover . . . 
independent and individualistic 
. . . likes excitement. 




ELIZABETH MARGROT MAYOCK 

273 Converse Street 
Ba . . . forever blushing . . . 
usually is, was or almost laugh- 
ing . . . carefree . . . known 
for that humorous sarcasm. 



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MARY CLAIRE MAYOCK 

273 Converse Street 
Molly ... a mixture of warmth 
and obstinacy . . . unselfish and 
friendly ... a wonderful ga 
. . . loves life and people. 




JUDITH HILLIARD MELVIN 
55 Birchwood Avenue 
Judy . . . the cheerleader with a 
trick knee ... a true daughter 
of Virginia . . . active and full 
of fun . . . has a nice smile. 



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DELIA MARIE McGEOGHAN 
79 Birchwood Avenue 
Deede . . . pretty . . . has beau- 
tiful ebony hair . . . demure . . . 
most artistically talented ... a 
helpful and diligent worker. 




JUDITH ANNE MEMERY 

115 Benedict Terrace 
Means . . . the domestic type 
. . . has sparkling brown eyes 
and naturally curly hair . . . 
always worrying. 



LINDA ELLEN MERRIAM 

640 Dwight Road 
Mersie ... a fun-loving blonde 
. . . has a contagious laugh . . . 
generous with lifesavers ... a 
good and sincere friend. 





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MARILYN JEAN MILTON 

91 Lincoln Road 
Milt ... a sleepy head . . . 
youngest of her clan . . . has a 
fine sense of humor . . . remem- 
bered for her Thunderbird. 



STEPHEN BURGESS MOYER 

6 Roseland Terrace 
Steve . . . easy-going and con- 
siderate . . . determined Teen 
Council officer . . . capable soc- 
cer and basketball player . . . 
a sports enthusiast. 




NANCY MARIE MUELLER 

24 Drury Lane 
Nance ... a understanding and 
helpful friend . . . sews and 
knits beautiful clothes ... re- 
membered for her Fiat. 



JOHN CHRISTOPHER MUDGETT 

78 Colton Place 
Chris ... a fine artist . . . loves 
his Austin Healy ... a skiing 
enthusiast . . . has a subtle sense 
of humor. 



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GERALD NANNEN 

29 Eunice Drive 
Gerry . . . conscientious . . . 
loves baseball . . . always will- 
ing to work hard . . . enjoys the 
guitar and folk music. 



RAYMOND SHATTUCK MUNN 

55 Hopkins Place 
Biggie . . . has the blondest hair 
in the class . . . modest and 
quiet ... a lover of cars — whole 
and apart. 






DEBORAH ANN NOONE 

160 Captain Road 
Debbie . . . cool, calm, and col- 
lected . . . modest and intelli- 
gent . . . has a mischievous air 
. . . has naturally curly hair. 



JOHN PHILIP POTTER 
27 Summit Avenue 
A great guy . . . conscientious 
and intelligent . . . has a look 
of disarming innocence ... a 
fine, all-around athlete ... a 
leader. 





JAMES QUINCY PURDY 

52 Chandler Avenue 
Tiger . . . easy-going . . . acci- 
dent prone . . . known for his 
motorscooter ... a faithful ath- 
lete . . . has a distinguishing 
smile. 



GEORGIA CAROL RAIMONDI 

158 Kenmore Drive 
Speaks in an attractively low 
voice . . . fashionable . . . has 
an inquisitive mind . . . temper- 
amental yet sensible . . . thinks 
well of everyone. 




DARYL EUGENE RICHTER 

118 Viscount Road 
Persevering and patient . . . has 
a good sense of humor ... a 
skilled gymnast . . . artistically 
talented. 






EDMOND THOMAS REIDY, JR. 

17 Birchwood Avenue 
Ned . . . witty . . . likes to take 
life easy . . . always empty 
handed . . . carefree . . . en- 
joys peace and quiet. 



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ARTHUR IRWIN RICKLESS 

127 Magnolia Circle 
Art . . . sensible ... a sports 
car enthusiast . . . has a great 
sense of humor . . . always 
giving away drive-in tickets. 



ALLISON RIDGWAY 

90 Chiswick Street 
Al . . . witty and loquacious 
. . . tiny and poised . . . always 
nicely dressed . . . fun to be 
with ... a good mixer. 








PAUL HENRY RIGALI, JR. 

19 Pleasantview Avenue 
Rig . . . serious and conscientious 
. . . inquisitive ... a real com- 
petitor . . . remembered for his 
voice . . . sincere in his friend- 
ships. 



ANDREA CLARK ROCK 

196 Laurel Street 
Candy . . . poised and sophisti- 
cated . . . always on the go . . . 
a striking blonde . . . remem- 
bered for her blue jeep. 



ANN MARIE RODNEY 
47 Warren Terrace 
Very frank and independent . . . 
forever cracking jokes . . . likes 
a riotous time . . . has traveled 
a lot . . . loves California. 



LAURIE RONALDSON 

248 Farmington Road 
Ron . . . has a congenial per- 
sonality . . . efficient and organ- 
ized . . . loves fun . . . has 
memories of the beach. 





MARGERY SUE ROSENTHAL 

131 Viscount Road 
Margie . . . has a riotous per- 
sonality ... a thinker . . . 
shows an original taste in clothes 
. . . always talking about the 
Cape. 



RICHARD ALAN ROSSOW 

89 Hazardville Road 
Dick . . . polite ... a reliable 
worker . . . organizes everything 
well . . . coordinator of year- 
book photos. 



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BEVERLY ANN ROTHMAN 

64 Primrose Drive 

Bev . . . talkative and friendly 

. . . unassuming . . . plans a 

future in the business world. 



ROBERT DAVID ROUTSON 

44 Elmwood Avenue 
Rob ... a gifted mathematician 
. . . patient and intelligent . . . 
enjoys life . . . will have a 
great future in technology. 




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GAIL FAIRBANKS RUSSELL 

15 Woodsley Road 
Always ready for fun . . . has an 
outgoing and friendly personal- 
ity ... a talented comedian 
. . . mixes well with others. 



LYNN ELLEN SHAPIRO 
19 Oak Road 
Always has a smile for everyone 
. . . the able president of the 
Business Club . . . plans an 
exciting secretarial future. 



MERLE SANDRA SHAPIRO 

64 Hawthorne Street 
A dreamer . . . happy ... a 
diligent student . . . plans to go 
to business school and become a 
secretary. 



GERALD ELLIS SHELDON 

339 Frank Smith Road 
Jerry . . . has an exceptional 
skill with numbers . . . forever 
friendly and cheerful . . . will 
be a success. 






RICHARD P. SHEPPARD 

72 Brookside Drive 
Dick . . . shy, quiet, but friendly 
... a good mathematician . . . 
works industriously . . . courte- 
ous and well-mannered. 



GAIL PATRICA SHIELDS 

38 Berwick Road 
Tall and fair . . . neat at all 
times . . . loves horseback riding 
. . . hopes to become a medical 
technician. 



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JEFFREY ROBERT SICKEL 

787 Longmeadow Street 
Jeff ... a good mixer . 
known for the unexpected . 
loves to have a good time . 
"No, I'm Jack's twin, Jeff." 



JOHN HARRISON SHINDLER 

155 Edgewood Avenue 
Jack . . . always has much to do 
... a leader ... a thinker with 
strong character and beliefs . . . 
musically talented. 




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JOHN AULDE SICKEL, III 
787 Longmeadow Street 
Jack ... a good conversation- 
alist . . . has a strong character 
. . . loves all kinds of cars . . . 
"No, I'm Jeff's twin. Jack." 



RUSSELL JOSEPH SIMON 

34 Bliss Road 
Russ . . . humorous . . . clever 
. . . easy-going . . . enjoys a 
wide circle of diverse friends 
. . . an excellent swimmer. 









GAYL BEVERLY SINCLAIR 

579 Laurel Street 
Stands up for what she believes 
... a loyal friend . . . always 
driving the family car . . . has 
good ideas. 



DAVID PERKINS SINISH 

117 Ellington Street 
Dave . . . friendly . . . has deep 
blue eyes . . . likes the outdoors 
... a skilled and enthusiastic 
skier. 




ALAN MARC SMITH 

52 Laurel Lane 
Smitty . . . full of fun and 
laughter . . . interested in the 
business world . . . thrilled with 
highway driving. 



ROGER B. SIVER 

1 1 E. Primrose Drive 
Rog . . . easy to get along with 
. . . tall in stature ... an eager 
athlete . . . good in science and 



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BONNIE LOU SMITH 

209 Merriweather Drive 
Vivacious and impish ... a 
champion riflewoman . . . known 
for her friendly smile ... a 
skilled and enthusiastic athlete. 



CHRISTIE HOWLAND SMITH 

55 Mill Road 
Chris . . . quiet and reserved 
. . . interested in cars . . . 
always has a good time ... an 
expert skier. 







STEVEN S. SOLOMON 

285 Hopkins Place 
So/ . . . carefree and easy-going 
. . . distinctive . . . has artistic 
interests . . . always in the midst 
of fun and excitement. 



PAMELA KAY STONE 

108 Dover Road 
Pam . . . interested in others 
. . . dependable and industri- 
ous . . . has music in her heart 
... a loyal Missourian . . . 
headed for Northwestern. 






BRUCE MANSON SUTHERLAND 

55 Pleasantview Avenue 
Amiable ... a loyal friend 
. . . remembered for his skill 
with the javelin . . . seldom on 
time. 



JAMES WILLIAM TAYLOR 

17 Arlington Road 
Jim . . . serious and quiet . 
a conscientious student . . 
Traffic Squad co-captain . . 
loves the Middle West. 




DONALD EDWARD TEMPLE 

44 Cooley Drive 
D.T. . . . found where the fun 
is ... a great athlete . . . 
well-liked by all . . . has an in- 
formal manner. 



CYNTHIA JEAN TEBALDI 

21 Beckwith Drive 
Cindy . . . friendly and natural 
. . . very athletic . . . enjoys 
sports, especially tennis . . . 
exhibits sparkling dark eyes 




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JAMS TOUCEY TEMPLE 

101 Rugby Road 
Jan . . . fun-loving ... an ex- 
pert water skier and violinist 
. . . has a contagious laugh . . . 
vice-president of the Orchestra. 



CLIFFORD R. TERRY 

98 Longview Drive 
Cliff . . . perceptive and under- 
standing . . . cultured in music 
and art ... a folk-song enthu- 
siast ... a versatile and hard- 
working musician. 






RICHARD JAY THAL 

491 Laurel Street 
Rich . . . has a quick sense of 
humor . . . tall and casual . . . 
enjoys boats, cars and sports. 



SUSAN WINCHESTER 
THOMPSON 

53 Arlington Road 
Sue . . . friendly and outgoing 
. . . known for her golden voice 
. . . remembered for her por- 
trayal of Bloody Mary. 



BARRY TOMPKINS 

70 Shady Knoll Drive 
Quiet, but firm in his ideals . . . 
has distinctive, wavy hair . . . 
personable . . . always ready 
for action. 



WAYNE MICHAEL TREBBIN 

80 Eunice Drive 
Efficient and dynamic 
straight-forward . . . active in 
track and wrestling ... a future 
doctor . . . headed for Tufts. 



GILBERT M. UPSON 

177 Greenacre Avenue 
Gil . . . has a warm and friendly 
smile . . . always ready for some 
fun . . . known for his antique 
car. 



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ALICE HEARD VARNEY 

168 Edgewood Avenue 
A dedicated idealist . . . has a 
deep concern for others . . . 
loyal and trustworthy . . . tall 
and willowy . . . exce 
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RONALD JAMES VOLMAR 

171 Birch Road 
Ronnie . . . the whiz of the 
Audio-Visual Aids Club . . 
soft-spoken . . . firm in his ideas 



NITA MARIE WALTER 
1183 Longmeadow Street 
Candid . . . always her natural 
self . . . athletic . . . proud of 
her German descent ... re- 
members the "Villa Walter" 





JACK W. WARNER 

759 Williams Street 
Tall, blond and casual . . . loves 
sleep and basketball ... an 
enthusiastic sports fan . . . ap- 
preciates subtle humor. 



DAVID H. WEEKS 

31 Fairfield Terrace 
Clarence . . . never serious . . . 
forever moving ... a loyal and 
sincere friend . . . has fun no 
matter where he is. 



WALLACE C. WEEKS 

93 Longview Drive 
Wally . . . carefree . . . never 
quiet ... a practical joker . . . 
always finds time to help a 
friend . . . likes to play base- 
ball. 

THOMAS KEITH WEISS 

48 Colony Acres Road 
Tom . . . talkative . . . known 
for his smile . . . space minded 
. . . hopes to become an engi- 
neer. 





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GERALD JOSEPH WESS 

15 Prynnwood Road 
Gerry . . . seldom serious . . . 
loyal and sincere . . . forever at 
the fire station ... a volunteer 
fireman. 



MARGARET KEHM 
WESSENDORF 

120 Rugby Road 
Peggy . . . conscientious ... a 
petite, neat blonde . . . easy to 
get along with . . . plans a 
career in retailing. 



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FRANK EDWARD WHITE 

171 Homestead Boulevard 
Strong willed, yet sensitive . . . 
easy-going . . . always ready for 
a good time . . . makes friends 
easily. 



MARK M. WILLIAMS 
66 Lincoln Road 



Rocco . 
friendly 
player . 



good-natured and 

. a skilled trumpet 

has artistic talent 



an enthusiastic football 



player. 




NEIL WALLACE WHITEHEAD 

64 Pleasantview Avenue 
A friend to all ... a dependa- 
ble and helpful listener . . . 
musically talented . . . known 
for his variety of cars. 




BRUCE NOLL WILLIAMS 

36 Willett Drive 
Sincere, friendly and outging . . . 
a hard worker at all times . . . 
a Southern aristocrat . . . has a 
variety of interests. 








LAWRENCE WILLIAMS 

74 Maple Road 
Larry ... an angry young man 
. . . has a "nose for news" . . . 
has the temperament of a red- 
head ... a future journalist. 



ROBERT YODLOWSKI 

656 Laurel Street 
Yodel ... a scientific intel- 
lectual, and a Science Fair win- 
ner . . . loves chess . . . meticu- 
lous ... a member of the band. 




NANCY TAYLOR HASTIE 

21 Birchwood Drive 
A pretty strawberry blonde . 
has a warm personality . . . c 
thusiastically welcomed back . 
likes to laugh and have fun. 



MARILYN ZERWITZ 

23 Sherwood Drive 
Zufz . . . always industrious and 
busy . . . short and sweet . . . 
a catching laugh ... a 
concerned friend. 




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SENIOR CLASS COMPLETES SUCCESSFUL FOUR YEARS 



Having finally attained the status of seniors, we, the Class of 1964, can 
think back over our last four years and remember the many changes and events 
which have characterized our stay at Longmeadow High School. In these seem- 
ingly four short years we have progressed from a confused, disorganized group 
of freshmen to a unified and individual senior class. We have seen the school 
grow and develop its own distinct character as well. 

Some of the most important changes have occurred in administration. In 
1961, Mr. Edgar G. Craver became our principal, and in the fall of 1963, Mr. 
Donald T. Fuller joined the faculty as assistant principal. The faculty was reor- 
ganized by the appointment of department heads for the various areas of the 
curriculum and the initiation of the faculty council. 

We watched the transformation of Room 1 1 into a language laboratory, as 
the burden of remembering our tapes was added to our already heavy load of 
responsibilities. The addition of Spanish provided an escape for some from Latin 
and French. New courses in composition and math augmented our expanding 
curriculum. 

The formation of many new clubs brought together students of similar inter- 
ests. To our already varied extra-curricular program were added the Great 
Books Club, Math Club, Spanish Club, Ski Club, Riding Club, Rifle Club, Future 
Nurses Club, and Les Cuisinieres. An especially popular innovation was the Lancer 
Paperback Bookstore which continues to provide a large selection for the faculty 
and student body. The wrestling, ski, rifle, and girls' swim team became parts 
of our school athletic program. 

The Student Council, along with interested alumni, organized the Alumni 
Association. This will keep alumni up to date with their former classmates and 
with school activities. The Jet Jotter plans to publish an alumni bulletin annually. 

Returning alumni will scarcely recognize Longmeadow High School at their 
next reunion. Because of overcrowded conditions, a comprehensive building 
program has been undertaken. More classroom space will make it unnecessary 
to hold classes in such places as the auditorium lobby any longer. Crowded situ- 
ations will be relieved also bv the construction of a new library and cafeteria. 

Soon after the construction began in the fall, the school was evaluated by 
the Visiting Committee of the New England Association of Colleges and Second- 
ary Schools. Twentv-seven educators from various schools were familiar visitors 
in every class for a few days. 

The Class of 1964 has demonstrated many qualities which mark it as 
unique. The Lancer football team has achieved the extraordinary record of only 
two losses in the last four vears and has finished two seasons undefeated. Our 



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class has the distinction of being the only class to make money on all of its 
dances. Although the fact is easily overlooked, we are the largest senior class 
in the history of Longmeadow High School. 

With the help of our advisors, Mrs. Gladys Leab and Mr. Edmond Houle, we 
elected Jim Purdy, president; Jeff Lyman, vice-president; Pam Stone, secretary; 
Laurie Ronaldson, treasurer, as officers in our freshman class. In our sophomore 
year, Pam and Laurie retained their posts as Bob Mauterstock was chosen presi- 
dent and Jim, vice-president. Bob again headed our slate of officers as president 
in our junior year. Jeff Lyman was elected vice-president, Pam once more secre- 
tary, and Nancy Lynch became treasurer. Also this year Bob was chosen vice- 
president of the Student Council and Pam treasurer. As seniors we elected our 
most important officers: Jeff Lyman, president; Jim Purdy, vice-president; Candy 
Rock, secretary; and Nancy Lynch, treasurer. Bob Mauterstock and John Potter 
were chosen president and vice-president respectively of the Student Council. 

8a//' Ha'i was the theme of our Junior Prom. Under the leadership of co- 
chairmen Candy Rock and Jeff Lyman, many contributed to making the dance a 
social and financial success. Amid the tropical setting, Bob Mauterstock and 
Candy Rock were crowned king and queen. 

Some of the members of our class displayed talent in school productions. 
Margie Fox delighted audiences with her portrayal of Gladys in The Skin of Our 
Teeth. The outstanding voice of Sue Thompson and Jeff Lyman's flair for comedy 
greatly enhanced the performance of South Pacific. 

The American Field Service chose Janet Goff, Chris Mudgett, Debbie Noone, 
and Jack Shandler as candidates. From the four, Janet Goff was selected to rep- 
resent Longmeadow High School in Japan. This year we welcome Leela Krishna- 
murthy from India as our exchange student. 

In the spring of our junior year, several of our classmates received awards 
honoring their achievements. The Radcliffe Book Award was presented to Margie 
Fox, the Brown Book Award to Jack Shindler, the Dartmouth Book Award to 
John Potter, and the Williams Book Award to Bob Mauterstock. Margie Fox was 
also selected as representative to Girls' State with Ann Gostyn as her alternate. 
Candy Rock was chosen to be a Governor's Aide at the Eastern States Exposition. 
Also at this time the positions of editors of our major school publications were 
announced. Margie Fox and Jack Shindler were to head the Jet Jotter Staff, and 
Ann Gostyn, Pam Stone, Wayne Trebbin and Chris Mudgett became editors of 
the Masacksic. In the fall of our senior year results of the National Merit Scholar- 
ship Qualifying Test were released. Margie Fox qualified as a semifinalist while 
eighteen seniors received Letters of Commendation. 

Now, as each of us prepares to follow the course of his future, we remember 
the growth and maturity which we gained during our four years at Longmeadow 
High School. And hopefully we will use what we have learned here to further 
our individual development. 



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JUNIOR PROM PRESENTS ENCHANTING EVENING 




An Evening to Remember 



KING, QUEEN, AND COURT 
SEATED: Bob Mauterstock and Candy Rock. 
STANDING: Bonnie Smith, Jeff Lyman, Dee 
Dibble, Steve Baldwin, Linda Merriam, 
John Potter, Ann Jackson, Jim Purdy. 





With Bali H'ai as the theme of the Junior Prom the make- 
believe island sparkled with exotic charm. The fountain and pool 
shimmered with excitement as the palm trees and orchids seemed 
to sway with the rhythm of Tony Ravosa and his band. Through 
the work of chairmen Candy Rock and Jeff Lyman and their com- 
mittees, the prom ascended to the starry zenith of the evening— 
the selection of King and Queen. The crowns were placed by Mr. 
Craver upon the heads of Candy Rock and Bob Mauterstock. The 
success of the dance may be attributed to the valued aid of the 
faculty advisors, Mrs. Leab and Mr. Drossel. The Junior Prom 
will be remembered by all who attended the Pacific island soiree. 



DECORATORS 
FRONT: Jack Shindler, Robin Atkinson. 
Nancy Bernstein, Judy Memery. 



BACK: Linda Merriam, 



STUDENTS AWARDED 
HONORS AT ASSEMBLY 



Governor's Aide at the Eastern States Exposition: 
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HOMEROOM 9 



FRONT ROW: Mrs. Meder, Pat Burke, Ronni Alberts, Linda Alt- 
man, Sue Benson, Helaine Brinkmann, Debbie Babb, Chris 
Adams, Donna Bray. MIDDLE ROW: John Carter, Tom Adams, 
Steve Aldrich, Sue Baxter, Peg Aldrich, George Abott, Bob 



Abrams John Brettman. BACK ROW: Charlie Arnold, Bob Cha- 
lero, Bob Anderson, Harlan Atwood, Chuck Adams, Barry Berq 
Ben Boynton, Tom Burns. 






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HOMEROOM 10 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Kahan, Terry Coon, Sue Fisher, Janet Dedonis, 
Kaethe Cosgriff, Glenda Flier, Beth Ellis, Pat Cross Haidee 
Falconer. MIDDLE ROW: Bill Cook, Richard Cohen, Bob Emery, 



Charlene D'Avanzo, Sharon Dyer, Frank Coes, Frank Diver Bob 
Coiril. BACK ROW: Ed Debicn, Phil Dalessio, Joe Fede, Richard 
Falkenberg, Peter Coes, Ron Fisher, Ed Farrell. 



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HOMEROOM 12 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Villeneuve, Jane Freedman, Phyllis Grossman, 
Barbara Kaplan, Susanna Hart, Sue Hayes, Pat Fortin, Mary 
Hollabaugh, Dennis Harris. MIDDLE ROW: Peter Jenson, Bob 



Joly, Chuck Kantor, Rick Hall, Richard Flier, Bob Girton, Alan 
Harwood, Ken Hollister. BACK ROW: Doug Hulit, Dennis Gould, 
John Kana, Charles Hunter, Ira Kaplan, Joel Greenfield. 




HOMEROOM 13 



FRONT ROW: Miss Dunham, Helena Manzi, Jayne Laubinger, 
Diane Koetsch, JoAnne Left, Gail McQuarrie, Lois Lipson, Pam 
Meadows, Betsy Neal. MIDDLE ROW: Frank Masterson, Bob 
Lezinski, Peter O'Grady, Debby Levine, Barb Macon, Margie 



Lauer, Paula Lichter, Diane Kellner, Ann Lincoln, Steve Kellner. 
BACK ROW: Don Leone, Peter Miller, Don LePage, Reg Murphy, 
Jim Kenary, Brian Margolis, Andy Leslie, Carl Larkin. 



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HOMEROOM 14 



FRONT ROW: Miss landry, Kathy Kittredge, Donna Palmer, C. C. 
Parker, Karen Orenstein, Lynn Peverley, Mary Protzel, Ina Robin- 
son, Nancy Russetti. MIDDLE ROW: Stuart Okun, Dana Paige, 
Sally Sheehan, Carol Petrie, Fran Scuitto, Lynn Scott, Barb 



Ryder, Judy Ryan, Ron Sanders, Roy Shea. BACK ROW: Cal 
Sickles, John Preston, Joel Simons, Jeff Rutheford, Bob Orsi, 
Peter Otto, Al Rosati. 



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HOMEROOM 15 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Houle, Joe Ward, Ronni Wainstein, Diane 
Tomassetti, Alice Underwood, Leslie Simons, Cindy Wozniak, 
Greg Ward, Stan Thai. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Walbridge, Walter 
Sokolowski, Will Thayer, Madalyn Weiner, Marie Weston, Sharon 



Slattery, Dolores Souliere, Steve Wilson, Bob VanGaasbeck, 
Fred Varney. BACK ROW: Doug Thai, Henry Talbert, Bruce 
VanDolsen, Bruce Underwood, William Wrigley, Don Smith. 



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SOPHOMORES AWAIT 
UPPER-CLASS YEARS 



Class Advisors: Miss Lynch and Mr. 
Reppucci. 



Class Officers: Anne Wallace, Secretary; Jeff Diamond, 
Vice President; Bart Frisbie, President; Connie Young, 
Treasurer. 



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Class Council: Front Row: Fran Mirkin, 
Anne Wallace, Bart Frisbie, Connie Young, 
Jim Upson. Back Row: Jeff Diamond, Don- 
ald Mitchell, Marilyn Nye, Al Gorrod, 
Scott Baird, Carl Craft. 



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HOMEROOM 8 



FRONT ROW: Miss Sherman, Amy Black, Janet Bardack, Barb 
Brinkmann, Becky Baxter, Barb Brown, Linda Bostwick, Nancy 
Bennett, Judy Benzell, Sally Abrahamson. MIDDLE ROW: John 
Boltrucyk, Scot Baird, Doug Bishop, Vicki Boucher, Carol Atwood, 



Kaki Beilby, Bob Busby, Ross Appleman, Pete Buscemi, Gary 
Bartolucci. BACK ROW: Jim Burns, Mike Abbott, Jim Baxter, 
Fred Baxter, Richard Bessel,. Dan Betsher. 




HOMEROOM 17 



FRONT ROW: Mrs. Wanegar, Helen Cort, Christine Coughlan, 
Holly Clark, Sue Childs, Linda Childs, Joan Corbett, Karen 
Coffin, Joanne Davenport, Marlene Cutler. MIDDLE ROW: Jeff 
Chandler, Stuart Cohen, Frank D'Angello, Sandy Childs, Judy 



Cathey, Bruce Curran, Mike D'Angelo, John Carpenter. BACK 
ROW: Neil Davidson, Larry Cooley, Jeff Diamond, Carl Craft, 
Ken Cohen, Sam Chapin. 



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HOMEROOM 18 



FRONT ROW: Miss Steele, Karen Elmer, Karyn Dore, Joanne 
Gloth, Sue Edwards, Joyce Diver, Kathy Galbraith, Ronni Field- 
man, Barbara Fisher, Sue Filkins. MIDDLE ROW: John Forbess, 
Al Gorrod, Donna Faubert, Lynn Farrell, Barbara Franklin, Joan 



Finn, Ardeth Eisner, Lynn Fleming, Marguerite Donovan, Honk 
Ellis, Mike Finn. BACK ROW: Bob Goldberg, Pete Graham, Bart 
Frisbie, Norman Francis, Frank Franko, Bob Goodhue. 




HOMEROOM 19 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Gutchell, Ellen Katz, Diane Janik, Joan Hern- 
berg, Ellen Judd, Phyllis Lawrence, Debby Hirshfield, Robin 
Hart, Janis Hernberg, Paul Jones. MIDDLE ROW: Ray Holmes, 
Richard Kagan, Bob Johnson, George Lagassa, Nancy Leavitt, 



Marlene Gurland, Fred Hoekstra, Michael Jalonen, Wes Krevalin, 
John Kochanowski. BACK ROW: John Hulit, Tom Leab, John 
Gushue, Paul Homstead, John Hyland, Rick Johnson. 



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HOMEROOM 20 



FRONT ROW: Mrs. Allison, Ellen Martin, Sandra Levy, Cynthia 
Manzi, Debbie Mitchell, Vivian McGeoghan, Dana Littlefield, 
Beth Moakler, Jolena Longs, Linda Malmstrolm. MIDDLE ROW: 
Bob Left, Rick Marchese, Scot Macfarlane, Barclay Macon, Judy 



Milne, Cathy Maxwell, Peggy Melvin, Robert Lowe, Gary Milsop, 
John Lyons, Eddie Merriam. BACK ROW: Bob Miklaski, Bob 
Lincoln, James Martin, Fran Mirkin, Jim Low, Mike Lieber, Ted 
Mayer, Roy Lithwin. 



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HOMEROOM 21 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Allan, Linda Smith, Sue Pringle, Linda Rod- 
man, Shari Skowyra, Joyce Mulkerin, Chris Peterson, Lyn Parker, 
Bev Smith, Carol Popham. MIDDLE ROW: Ken Siegel, Sandy 



Pool, Marilyn Nye, Molly Moorman, Martha Russell, Sue Nourse, 
Bill Najaka, Tom Proulx. BACK ROW: Bob Ranahan, Jim Moulton, 
Bob Parsons. 



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HOMEROOM 21 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Allan, Charlene Romanko, Carol Rachele, 
Ardell Patno, Carolyn Pulvirenti, Linda Palazynski, Hedy Nager, 
Sue Ronaldson, Ryna Roulerson, Cynthia Rich. MIDDLE ROW: 



Roland Souliere, Phil Sellers, Steve Munn, Ellen Schwartz, Sue 
Slater, Vicki Patterson, Bill Moore, Steve Nuger, Ned Newhauser. 
BACK ROW: Tom Sheppard, Clint Paige, Paul Reitz. 




HOMEROOM 24 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Woods, Faith Whitehead, Linda Thompson, 
Martha Thomas, Carol Tebaldi, Julie Williams, Ann Wallace, 
Petey Webster, Julie Winters, Chris Zacarian. MIDDLE ROW: 
Peter Wolf, Jim Sullivan, Arnold Zamansky, Laura Vigneault, 



Sue Whipple, Linda Wensley, Helen Triouleyre, Ronnie Waiks- 
noris, Steve Trapp, Mark Vecchiarelli, Ken Welch. BACK ROW: 
John Wilson, Richard Zini, Paul White, Jim Upson, Doug Van- 
Beenen, Barry Wolfert, Joe Stothert, Rick Whittey. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS BEGINS ACTIVE FOUR YEARS 




Class Officers: Don Fisher, President; Donna Greenberg, Secre- 
tary; Sharon Nuger, Treasurer; Cappy Poole, Vice-President. 



Advisors: Miss Landry and Mr. Judd. 





Class Council: Front Row: Sharon 
Black, Barb Garfinkel, John Peverly, 
Carol Jones, Ann Thorne. Back Row: 
Danny Bloom, Phyllis Young, Reed 
Lincoln, Barbara Micheljohn, Pete 
Darling, Laura Shatz. 




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HOMEROOM 25 






FRONT ROW: Mr. Wiley, Sharon Black, Laury Bewick, Jacqueline 
Black, Cynthia Benton, Martha Atwood, Carol Blackman, Cynthia 
Bishop, Joyce Baker, Penny Baum. MIDDLE ROW: Dwight Bart- 
lett, Priscilla Barnes, Gail Bacon, Debby Blake, Nancy Arnold, 



Susan Benton, Candy Adrrance, Sally Atkinson, Gary Blake. 
BACK ROW: John Bartlett, Harris Barowsky, Larry Berkely, Bob 
Basdekis. 




HOMEROOM 26 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Judd, Judy Cogswell, Janet Conti, Jane 
Cohen, Barbara Brooks, Debby Chasens, Sarah Chilson, Sandy 
Carville, Cathy Brand. MIDDLE ROW: Steve Chernaik, Bill 



Clark, Dave Clark, Sherry Cohen, Lisa Clark, Paul Calarese, Dan 
Burns, Harvey Bund. BACK ROW: Peter Chalke, Jim Burke, Ken 
Cohen, Jim Chivers, Gary Burnett, James Carney. 



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HOMEROOM 27 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Burke, Lauren Finestein, Lynne Epstein 
Nancy Dale, Mary Jane Dyson, Karen Fisher, Judy Cronin' 
Cindy Ellis, Nancy Ehrlich, Anne Exley. BACK ROW: Tom Cor'- 






bett, Dave Cross, Al Fordyce, Melissa Dawson, Joyce Debien, 
John Downton, Gary Dionisi, Don Fisher. 



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HOMEROOM 28 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Homer, Randi Gelfman, Debby Fuller, Joan 
Guernsey Jay Gundersdorf, Carolyn Frost, Bev Grzywacz, Bar- 
bara Garfieker, Sandy Greenberg, Bette Freed. BACK ROW: Jim 



Gasparini, Judi 



Grimaldi, Steve Franko, Fred Giuliani, Diane 

Haaxma, Lindo Goodwin, Barbara Gordon, Donna Greenberg 
Frances Frank, Bob Fortin, Rick Fredette. 



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HOMEROOM 29 



FRONT ROW. Mrs. Dolgin, Sue Hammerich, Sue Hayes, Sue Hall, 
Carolyn Jones, Marcia Hennick, Sherry Hammerich, Nancy 
Haskell. Barbara Harris. MIDDLE ROW: Tom Haberlin, Rick 
Kamp, Pete Jalonen, Andrea Havrilla, Adrianne Heafitz, Jim 



Hyfantis, Richard Hale, Bruce Hobart. BACK ROW: Stan Haines, 
Bob Johnson, Bob Hollister, Joe Harrellson, John Hollis, Bernard 
Kaplan. 




HOMEROOM 31 



FRONT ROW: Miss Eaton, Linda Marcotte, Sally Mayock, Janice 
Malconian, Barbara Meiklejohn, Linda Masterson, Karen Kiel- 
basa, Linda Mazer, Jean Leavitt, Michele Lanctot. BACK ROW: 



David Michelman, Mark MacDonald, Ed Lowe, ; Cynthia Leete 
Carol Koetsch, Stephenie King, Kurt Knaub, B.ll LaRose, Reed 
Lincoln, Dan Lavin. 



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HOMEROOM 31 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Ellershaw, Sandy Lipson, Bonnie Kurth, Daryl Kevin Morrison, Frank Meeske, Bill Mclntyre, Jane Marcy, Ruth 

Krim, Juli Katten, Connie Katz, Barbara McCann, Beth Keegan, Law, Mark Meunier, Jeff Licht, Richard Leveton, Brad Marcus. 

Nancy Manzi, Sue McCollister. BACK ROW: Barry Kaufman, 




HOMEROOM 32 



FRONT ROW: Mr. LaValley, Barbara Nienhuys, Paige Price, 
Kathy Reilly, Carol Preston, Sharon Nuger, Heather Mudgett, 
Kathy Regan, Lisa Nannen, Patricia Ray, Pam Pace. BACK ROW: 



Charles Poole, Phil Mullane, Steve Neff, Dick Orell, Shelley Pet- 
luck, Sue Reed, Nancy Mulcahy, Doug Newton, Lorry Ranslow, 
Richard Panto, Murray Pearson. 



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HOMEROOM 33 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Joly, Leslie Ruben, Diane Shapiro, Barbara 
Robinson, Mary Ryder, Jamie Ronaldson, Laura Shatz, Debbie 
Shusman, Nancy Shoemaker. MIDDLE ROW: Lenny Shatz, Sumner 
Suffer, Jeff Roberts, Robert Riner, Susan Rosheger, Laura Shatz, 



Jim Shields, Phi! Ryan, Peter Rider, John Robertson. BACK ROW: 
Rapheal Sagalyn, Steve Romanko, Jeff Robinson, Henry Rigali, 
Paul Schneider, Paul Reville. 




HOMEROOM 34 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Reppucci, Louise Stanley, Anne Throne, Jean 
Spallino, Bonnie Towne, Barbara Smith, Randi VanBeenen, Linda 
Solberg, Connie Smith, Cherryl Smith. BACK ROW: Bob Thomp- 



son, Roger Tincknell, Louis Sophinos, Steve Trebbin, Mark Sulli- 
van, Pat Tierney, Sue Underwood, Bill Underwood, Jim Temple, 
Peter Thews, Paul tenHompel. 



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FRONT ROW: Mr. Aldrich, Judy Zuckerman, Carol Zandan, Wolf, Christine Whittlesey, Peter Wender, Chuck Wahl. BACK 
Barbara Siegel, Barbara Zerwitz, Mary Wood, Geraldine West, ROW: Michael Welsh, Jeff Wilkinson, Herb Webber, Van Van- 
Cindy Watts, Margaret Van Gaasbeck. MIDDLE ROW: Jim DeWater. 
Warner, Rich Ward, Leslie Williams, Phillis Young, Adrienne 



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REORGANIZATION AND INNOVATIONS 
MARK YEAR OF PROGRESS FOR MASACKSIC 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 



FRONT ROW: Ann Marie Rodney, Carolyn Frueh, Carol Sunter, 
Cathy Adams, Alice Varney, Ann Gostyn, Linda Goodell, Pam Stone, 
Muffet Dale, Georgia Raimondi, Lora Ekmejian. MIDDLE ROW: Steve 
Ehrlich, Gary Kahn, Chris Mudgett, David Coen, Marion Bartlett, 



Susan Troiano, Roberta Bernstein, Paul Rigali, Murray Leety, Richard 
Rossow, Richard MacGregory. BACK ROW: Tom Weiss, Wayne Treb- 
bin, Fred Reardon, Bruce McCullough. 




Reorganization and innovation char- 
acterized Masacksic this year. Reor- 
ganization within the staff spread 
responsibility and provided for more 
efficient operation. The posts of editor- 
in-chief and literary editors were 
combined into three co-editorships. Ad- 
ditional assistant art editors and busi- 
ness co-chairmen were appointed. The 
staff introduced several innovations. An 
improved table of contents is included, 
and senior character sketches appear 
beneath senior portraits. Also, incorpor- 
ated into a senior directory are the 
senior activity lists. Simplified art work 
and page headings are other new 
features found throughout the book. 
These changes have been made to 
create an individual look. 



EDITORS 

Pom Stone, Co-editor; Ann Gostyn, Co-editor; Wayne Trebbin, 
Co-editor; Chris Mudgett, Art Editor. g£j 




ADVISORS 

Miss Erickson, Art; Mr. Suher, Business; Miss Charkoudian, 
Literary. 




BUSINESS STAFF HEADS 

Sue Krohne, Patrons Co-chairman; Myra Cohen, Secretary; Dianne Davenport, Co-chairman of Sales; 
Laurie Ronaldson, Patrons Co-chairman; Sue Gibson, Patrons Co-chairman; Jean Artioli, Ads Co-chairman; 
Dee Dibble, Co-chairman of Sales; Marilyn Milton, Treasurer; Robin Atkinson, Adds Co-chairman. 



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FRONT ROW: Jack Shindler, Shelly Forbess, Leela Krisnamurthy, 
Janet Goff, Don Ferris, Harry Ehrlich, Dick Jacobsohn. MIDDLE 
ROW: Ann Kent, Jill Parker, David Leeper, Stuart Goldstein, Carol 
Ramsay, Bill Alstrom, Al Kibbe. BACK ROW: Wells Chandler, Sue 



Alport, Miles Cooley, Connie Romberg, Amy Marcuson, Margie Fox, 
Barbara Bentson, Nancy Candib, Jim Sleeper, Larry Williams, Joel 
Shusman, Carolyn Alspach, John King, Dick Flint, Bob Mauterstock, 
Don Mitchell, Mr. Lynch, Joanne Lutz. 



JET JOTTER KEEPS SCHOOL INFORMED 



NEW IDEAS IMPROVE JET JOTTER 




A new format with more pictures 
and interesting articles marked a year 
of improvement for the Jet Jotter. This 
newspaper not only reports school 
events but often expresses varied opin- 
ions concerning local and national is- 
sues. A journalism class added to the 
school's curriculum this year will pro- 
vide training for future Jet Jotter staff 
members. New techniques in newspaper 
work were learned by the staff when 
Longmeadow was host to a press con- 
ference held in the fall for high schools 
in Western Massachusetts. With an able 
staff aided by Mr. Lynch, the Jet Jotter 
has steadily improved and is now a 
very interesting and informative month- 

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FRONT ROW: Amy Marcuson, Features Editor; Jack Shindler and Margie 
Fox, Co-editors-in-chief. BACK ROW: Mr. Lynch, Advisor; Richard Jacob- 
sohn, Literary Editor; Janet Goff, Business Manager; Harry Ehrlich, Sports 
Editor; Wells Chandler, Circulation Manager; Debbie Noone, Literary 
Editor — not present. 



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FRONT ROW: Marion Bartlett, Alice Varney, Shelly Forbess, 
Leela Krisnamurthy, Muffet Dale, Jack Shindler, John Potter, 
Margie Fox, Ann Gostyn, Miss Mclntyre, Judy Melvin. MIDDLE 
ROW: lora Ekmejian, Cathy Covalli, Janet Goff, Sue Hennick, 
Nancy Lynch, Gerry Sheldon, Richard Jacobsohn, Tom Weiss, 



George Busby, Paul Markarian, Ronnie Trachtenberg, Carole 
Low, Amy Marcuson, Connie Ramburg, Pam Stone, Debbie 
Noone, Nita Walter. BACK ROW: Jim Sleeper, Bob Mauter- 
stock, Wayne Trebbin, Murray Leety. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
CONTINUES TO HELP SCHOOL 



The National Honor Society was busy as usual this year. 
First on its agenda came the election of officers. Then came 
the arrangements for the daily tutoring program headed by 
Amy Marcuson. Soon came the usual dances and sporting 
events where members of the Honor Society were present 
to check coats and to perform other needed duties. In ad- 
dition to the above, the Honor Society sponsored its annual 
alumni tea, its biggest event of the year. Grateful for the 
help and advice of Miss Maclntyre, the Honor Society can 
take pride in another successful year. 



John Potter, Vice President; Debbie Noone, 
Secretary; Jack Shindler, President; Muffet 
Dale, Treasurer. 



Enjoying punch at alumni get-together are Ann Gos- 
tyn, Pam Stone, Lora Ekmejian, Shelly Forbess, Mur- 
ray Leety, Judy Melvin, Tom Weiss, Wayne Trebbin, 
Carole Low, Debbie Noone, Sue Hennick. 



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FIRST ROW: Lee Huber, Nancy Hastie, Allison Ridgway, Judy 
Memery, Daryl Richter, Ann Gostyn, Gary Kahn, President- 
Barbara Franklin, Carolyn Frueh, Secretary; Linda Wensley, 
Sue Fisher, Miss Erickson. SECOND ROW: Debbie Babb, Diane 
Kellner, Lynn Peverly, Nancy Bernstein, Carol Sunter, Diane 
Tomassetti, Janice Casal, Delia McGeoghan, Harriet Golden, 
Helena Manzi, Nancy Russetti, Linda Thompson. THIRD ROW: 
Debbie Levine, Paul Reitz, Suzanne Hart, Margie Vangsness, 



Dolores Souliere, Sue Filkins, Linda Goodell, Christine Adams, 
Vivian McGeoghan, Joanne Gloth. FOURTH ROW: Joan Guern- 
sey, Sue Hall, Judy Zuckerman, Laura Shatz, Barbara Seigel, 
Sally Abrams, Nancy Manzi, Karen Kielbasa, Jeff Wilkinson. 
FIFTH ROW: Suzanne Rosheger, Beth Keegan, Gail Bacon, Car- 
olyn Alstrom, Carol Koetch, Mary Wood, Anita Wendell, Debbie 
Chasens, Penny Baum. 



CYCLORAMISTS 



The combined efforts and ingenuity of the Cyclora- 
mists are displayed everywhere in Longmeadow High 
School. The colorful bulletin boards which brighten 
and decorate the halls demonstrate the work of the 
club's members. Under the capable guidance of 



Miss Erickson, the Cycloramists also make the scen- 
ery for the annual school play. Cycloramists is or- 
ganized in such a way that each member, while 
gaining experience, is at the same time providing the 
school with an essential service. 



LIBRARY AIDES 



The Library Aides help Miss Baird in the daily 
operation of the school library. The circulation desk, 
the book shelves, and the card catalog must all be 
kept in order. Answering questions and being of 



general help are also some of the responsibilities 

-undertaken by the Library Aides. Here is a fine 

beginning for students interested in library science. 








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FRONT ROW: Linda Malstrom, Hedy Nagger, Betsy Lang, Debbie Levine, Roberta Bernstein. MIDDLE ROW: 
Miss Baird, Nancy Shoemaker, Sue Krohne, Martha Russell, Barbara Bentson, Bonnie Kurth, Linda Hopkins. 
BACK ROW: Wells Chandler, Bruce Elmer, Daryl Richter, Bruce Williams. 




FIRST ROW: Ronnie Vollmar, Daryl Richter, John Donohoe, Jim 
Taylor, Co-captain; Don Temple, Jim Purdy, Bruce Sutherland, 
Alan Cowles. SECOND ROW: Wayne Trebbin, Dick Bond, Roger 
Siver, Joe Chuisano, Bob Mauterstock, Steve Moyer, Mr. Fuller. 



THIRD ROW: Paul Rigali, Gil Upson, Peter Leven, Bill Lincoln, 
Chris Mudgett, Chip Fossa, Jeff Lyman. FOURTH ROW: Gerald 
Sheldon, Peter Hobart, Wayne Donaldson, Murray Leety, Harry 
Ehrlich, George Busby, Co-captain. 



TRAFFIC SQUAD 



The responsibility of the Traffic Squad has grown 
with its prestige and respect. Under the leadership of 
Co-captains George Busby and Jim Taylor, the squad 
of senior boys made plans to manage the student 
parking area. Direction of traffic in the corridors was 



aided by placing members in key positions. Under 
the diligent guidance of Mr. Fuller, the Traffic 
Squad met the challenge of our increasing enroll- 
ment. 




FRONT ROW: Cindy Shively, Donna Palmer, Janet Dedonis, Mary Hollabough, Ronnie Vollmar, Joanne Left, 
Kathy Kittridge, Barbara Kaplan, Beverly Rothman. BACK ROW: Judy Kathay, Pat Burke, Lynn Shapiro, 
Sue Krohne, Jayne Laubringer, Kathy Moakler, Ann Lincoln, Mrs. MacAfee, Barbara Ryder, Carol Sunter, 
Carol DiGiore, Jean Cantwell, Debbie Levine, Andrea Margolis. 



The duties of the Cafeteria Aides are very im- 
portant to our school lunch program. Under the 
supervision of Mrs. McAfee these girls and boys 



collect money for lunches, milk, and ice cream. They 
deserve much credit for volunteering their time to 
this school service. 



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AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES CLUB 

The members of the Audio-Visual Aides Club help make extracurricular activities 
more enjoyable for the entire school. Special lighting for all school dances is arranged 
by the club. Under the supervision of Mr. Allan the members handled the football 
public-address system. Each year the club supervises the lighting and special effects 
for the school play. 




FRONT ROW: Stan Haines, David Clark, Bob Dorman, Brad Marcus, David Michelman, John Mollis, Dick 
Flint. BACK ROW: Harris Barowsky, Ed Lowe, Ronald Vollmar, Robert Johnson, Alan Kibbe, Bruce Elmer, 
William Mclntyre, Wayne Cogan, Mr. Allan. 



LANGUAGE LABORATORY AIDES 

An essential part of the school language program are the Laboratory Aides. 
Directed by Miss Maclntyre and Mrs. Richter, the girls assist students and teachers 
by making tapes and keeping the G block period orderly. In addition they file tapes 
and records as well as check attendance in the laboratory. 

Mrs. Richter, Linda Rodman, Sue Troiano, Amy Marcuson, Marion Bartlett, Carole Low, Margie Rosenthal, 
Gail McQuarrie, Laurie Brigham. 




SUPPLY AIDES 

The Supply Aides distributed materials at scheduled 
intervals each month. The supply room was under the 
management of Mr. Dankevich. Distribution was per- 
formed by Richard Zini, Fred Hoekstra, and Delores 
Souliere. 

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OFFICE AIDES 

The Office Aides volunteer their free time to perform many duties for the main 
office. Helping in the office stimulates leadership and provides students with the oppor- 
tunity to participate in school management. The Office Aides have proven themselves 
capable of assuming responsibility and are recognized for their faithful service to the 
school. 

FRONT ROW: Diane Koetsch, Jeanine Brady, Sue Troiano, Dolores Souliere, Carol DiGiore, Fran Sciutto, 
Haidee Falconer, Jayne Laubinger. BACK ROW: Ellen Schwartz, Nancy Ehrlich, Mariann Santeniello, Candy 
Adriance, Sue Salerno, Suzanne Rosheger, Mrs. Washburn, Lynn Farrell, Debbie Babb, Mary Hollabaugh, 
Diane Kellner, Heather Mudgett. 



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FRONT ROW: Kathy Kittredge, Ardith Eisner, Robin Hart, Linda Rodman, Debby Hirshfield, 
Barbara Fisher, Linda Palczynski, Hedy Nagger, Holly Clark, Chris Zarcarian, Martha Rus- 
sell, Nancy Brigham, Carol Tebaldi. MIDDLE ROW: Nita Walter, Miss Sherman, Advisor; 
Barbara Macon, Margie Lauer, Secretary-Treasurer; Janet Goff, President; Connie Romberg, 
Vice-President; Carole Low, Lois Lipson, Miss Lcndry, Advisor; Ina Robinson. BACK ROW: 
Vico Baer, Sue Low, Carol Sunter, Carol Devine, Debbie Levine, Terry Coon, Ann Lincoln, 
Jeannine Brady, Dianne Groschke, Pam Meadows, Donna Palmer, Harlan Atwood, Sharon 
Slattery, Marion Bartlett, Lois Abrams, Judy Ryan, Ronnie Weinstein, Linda Altman, Mar- 
gie Rosenthal, Richard Falkenburg. 

FRENCH CLUB 

Under the direction of Miss Landry and Miss Sherman, the French 
Club offers each member an opportunity to use the French which he has 
learned in the classroom. The membership is limited to those who have a 
basic understanding of the language because meetings are conducted 
completely in French. By speaking, singing, and listening to French pro- 
grams each member develops a greater fluency in the language while 
having fun. 




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FRONT ROW: Mrs. Meder, Susan Hennick, Secretary; Laurie Brigham, Cynthia Lavin, Marjorie Goldstein, 
Carole Low, President; Dorine Blake, Mr. Standish. BACK ROW: Peter Wolk, Ann Gostyn, Pat Steltzer, 
Hernando Golan, Sandy Levy, Gail McQuarrie, Gary Milsop, Don Mitchell, Vice President, not present. 

SPANISH CLUB 

The Spanish Club, organized this year by an enthusiastic group of Spanish II 
students, was an immediate success. With advisors Mrs. Meder and Mr. Standish, the 
members decided that their aims would be the extension of their knowledge of 
Spanish and South American cultures, and also a greater participation in active proj- 
ects such as trips to see Spanish programs. To add Spanish flavor, all meetings were 
conducted in Spanish and Spanish-style refreshments are served. 




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FRONT ROW: Robert Dorman, Ted Lyman, Dick Flint. BACK ROW: Peter Otto, Mr. Rossiter. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

Under the direction of Mr. Rossier, the Photo Club has a dual purpose. 
As a service club, its members take motion pictures of Lancer teams in 
action to show players their strengths and weaknesses. As an educational 
organization, the Photo Club teaches interested students basic skills and 
procedures in photography. The outstanding club event of the year was 
the annual photographic contest. 




FRONT ROW: Robert Yodlowski, Peter Otto, Bruce Elmer, Dave Webber, Dick Sheppard. BACK ROW: 
Mr. Ness, Robert Cratty, Ray Munn, Steve Wilson, Ronnie Trachtenberg, George Busby. 

MATH CLUB 

If you are struggling through math and wonder how anyone can be a math 
enthusiast, just talk to a member of the Math Club. Although the group was small 
this year, its members showed a large amount of interest. Led by Mr. Ness, the 
club presented various programs designed to extend the knowledge of math beyond 
the classroom. These math fans are members of Mu Alpha Theta, a chapter of a 
national mathematics organization which includes both high schools and junior 
colleges. 



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FRONT ROW: Carolyn Freuh, Nancy Dale, Linda Solberg, Pat 
Ray, Debbie Blake, Geraldine West, Mary Jane Dyson, Ronnie 
Wainstein. MIDDLE ROW: Sue Hennick, Sue Troiano, Librarian; 
Carol Sunter, Secretary; Louise Adam, President; Dorine Blake, 
Vice-President; Carol Feldman, Treasurer; Jane Donnelly. BACK 
ROW: Cathy Adams, Roberta Bernstein, Ann Lincoln, Barbara 
Macon, Phyllis Grossman, Carole Low, Jeanine Brady, Susanna 
Hart, Rita Mailman, Carol Devine, Mary Hollabaugh. 



FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 

The Future Teachers of America have completed another 
successful year under the direction of their advisor Mr. 
Houle. The members of the club enjoyed movies, lectures, and 
discussions to become familiar with the teaching profession. 
A major objective of this club is to raise money for its scholar- 
ship fund. This year the proceeds from a bake sale contribu- 
ted to this goal. 




AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

The American Field Service sponsors a high school 
student exchange program to promote better under- 
standing between Americans and people of other 
lands. In accordance with this goal, Longmeadow 
sent Janet Goff to Japan last summer and brought 
Leela Krisnamurthy here from India for the 1963- 
1964 school year. Longmeadow townspeople support 
the American Field Service by contributing to its 
yearly fund drive and by choosing finalists for the 
program. This year two finalists were chosen from the 
junior class rather than four as in the past. 



Marion Bartlett, Leela Krisnamurthy, Janet Goff, Roger Wilson. 



FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

Under the supervision of Mrs. Low, 
the school nurse, the Future Nurses Club 
enables interested students to obtain a 
better understanding of the opportuni- 
ties that exist in the medical field. This 
year the understanding was achieved 
by numerous field trips, movies, speak- 
ers, and general discussions. In addi- 
tion, the group met with clubs from 
other schools to exchange ideas and 
to raise money for a deserving student 
entering nursing. 




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FRONT ROW: Linda Mazer, Ruth Low, Secretary; Honey Sickel, Vice-President; Laurie 
Brigham, President; Jane Marcy, Treasurer; Daryl Krim. BACK ROW: Helena Manzi, 
Kathy Galbraith, Mrs. Low, Janet Conti, Marcia Hennick, Cynthia Leete. 




FRONT ROW: Chuck Kantor, Joel Greenfield, David Leeper, 
Gerry Campbell, James Sleeper, President; Bob Franklin, Ron 
Trachtenberg, Secretary; Charles Arnold, Marion Bartlett, Kaki 



Beilby. BACK ROW: Jeff Kaufman, Joel Shusman, Joanne Left, 
Jane Donnelly, Jeanine Brady, Stuart Okun, Mr. Joly. 



WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB 

The World Affairs Club, with its advisor, Mr. Joly, 
met weekly to discuss current topics of world interest 
and to plan club projects. This active club partici- 
pated in the annual American International College 
Model Congress and attended the Model United 
Nations General Assembly at Harvard University. 



GREAT BOOKS CLUB 

Under the guidance of Mr. Reppucci, the Great 
Books Club endeavors to discuss and interpret the 
classics. This year the forty participants were divided 
into two groups led by Mr. Reppucci and assistant 
group discussion leader, Mrs. Craver. The club read 
selections from Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle at 
weekly meetings. More recent items studied in- 
cluded the Declaration of Independence and the 
United States Constitution. The readings supple- 
mented classroom activities and gave students a 
broader view of world literature. 




FRONT ROW: Nancy Shoemaker, Steve Neff, Leslie Rubin, Nancy 
Dale, Barbara Robinson, Danny Lavin, Doug Newton, Sharon Nuger. 
BACK ROW: Harvey Bond, David Michelman, Patricia Ray, John Hollis, 



Mrs. Craver, Mrs. Haberman, Donna Greenberg, Harris Barowsky, Jen- 
nifer Daily, Mr. Reppucci. 



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FRONT ROW: Sandy Lipson, Sally Sheehan, Diane Kell- 
ner, Christine Adams, Judy Memery, Sue Hall, Sharon 
Black, Laurie Buick, Debbie Fuller, Heather Mudgett, 
Mary Jane Dyson. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Blakeborough, 
Linda Lane, Carol Sunter, Georgia Raimondia, Treasurer; 
Shelly Forbess, President; Joyanne Marcus, Vice presi- 
dent; Martha Russell, Secretary; Carole Low, Lois Lipson, 



Joanne Gloth. BACK ROW: Janet Dedonis, Mary Holla- 
bough, Donna Bray, Diane Tomassetti, Barbara Bentsen, 
Lois Abrams, Katherine Beilby, Sandra Carville, Rita 
Mailman, Susan Low, Cynthia Tebaldi, Mary Burridge, 
Haidee Falconer, Sandra Levy, Carol Tebaldi, Kathy 
Kittredge, Bunny Frank. 



RED CROSS CLUB 



The Red Cross Club provides its members 
with the opportunity to serve others and to 
develop skills, leadership ability, and civic 
responsibility. Among the many club activi- 
ties this year were the decorating and visit- 
ing of hospitals and the making of albums 



for international exchange. For the first time 
the club was able to put on a play to raise 
money for the general fund. A new and 
worthwhile project this year was the making 
of Christmas stockings for a nearby hospital. 

LES CUISINIERES 



Under the supervision of Mrs. Blakeborough, 
Les Cuisinieres is composed of girls gifted in the 
culinary arts. For any school function they will- 
ingly bake cookies, cakes, or fancy pastries. This 



year they also served at the American Field Serv- 
ice Tea and for Guidance Night. Their contribu- 
tion to the school is appreciated. 




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FRONT ROW: Bunny Frank, Fran Sciutto, Andy Margolis, 
Judy Benzel, Beverly Rothman, Carol Sunter, Janice Casal, 
Cherie Corbett, Mrs. Blakeborough. BACK ROW: Pat Cross, 



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Christine Coughlan, Linda Childs, Sue Childs, Sue Filkins, 
Joanne Davenport, Sue Salerno, Carol Devine, Kathy Reilly, 
Francine Joyal, Delia McGeoghan. 






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FRONT ROW: Carolyn Alspach, Sue Hart, Susan Low, Chuck 
Kantor, Co-editor; Linda Billings, Co-editor; Jane Donnelly, 



Ann Gostyn, Marji Vangsness, Mr. Reppucci. BACK ROW: 
Susan Troiano, Gary Kahn, Carol Ramsay. 



OUTLET 



Outlet, one of the newest school organizations, 
is a literary magazine to provide an outlet for 
creative writers in the Springfield area. College 
students have also used Outlet as a medium for 
their creative talents. This year, under the guiding 



eyes of Mr. Reppucci and Mr. Judd, editors Linda 
Billings and Charles Kantor received and edited 
literary material from near and far and together 
with the Outlet staff produced two issues. 



RIFLE CLUB 



Working with the Rifle Club, Mr. Villeneuve in- 
structed both prospective and experienced shooters 
at the Center Street School rifle range after school. 
By training new marksmen and using experienced 



shooters such as Junior State Champion Bonnie 
Smith, the club will develop into a competitive rifle 
team. Plans for next year include a varsity rifle team 
to compete with area schools. 




FRONT ROW: Mr. Villeneuve, Fred Reardon, Bob Riner, Bob 
Dorman, Bonnie Smith, Roy Shea, Phil Schmidt. SECOND ROW: 



Bob Basdekis, Jim Temple, Doug Wilmes, Ron Sanders, Dick 
Falkenberg, Jim Chivers, Rick Kamp. 



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FRONT ROW: Suzi Pringle, Sandra Greenberg, Nancy Candib, 
President; Carol Popham, Secretary-Treasurer; Bette Freed, Char- 
lene D'Avanzo, Miss Eaton, Advisor. MIDDLE ROW: Jackie Black, 
Karen Kielbasa, Jessica Gundersdorf, Adrian Heafitz, Shelly 



RIDING CLUB 

The Riding Club adds a touch of indi- 
viduality to the clubs at Longmeadow High 
School. Decked in their jodphurs and coats 
and with crop in hand, the members of the 
club showed their skill in competition this 
year. In the spirit of good horsemanship 
they also attended horse shows in the area. 
The goal of the riders is to stay in the 
esteemed ring of winners. 



Petluck, Janis Hernberg, Pam Pace. BACK ROW: Margie Rosen- 
thal, Ronnie Alberts, Jayne Laubinger, Judy Kaplan, Judy Cogs- 
well, Hedy Nagger. 



BOOKSTORE 

All students will agree that the opening 
of the Bookstore was one of the most suc- 
cessful events at Longmeadow High School 
this year. Required reading, educational 
books, and leisure literature were all on 
display for those who wished to browse and 
select books from the Bookstore's large 
paperback collection. 




SEATED: Fran Sciutto, Carol DiGiore, Lynn Shapiro. STANDING: Mr. Dankevich, Beverly Rothman, Jean 
Cantwell, Dolores Souliere, Sally Sheehan. 

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FIRST ROW: Debbie Babb, Diane Kellner, Lynn Peverly, Debbie Levine, 
Lois Abrams, Sue Hennick, Jane Donnelly, Carol Petrie, Sue Krohne, 
Ann Lincoln, Secretary; Charlene D'Avanzo, Dianne Davenport, Mr. 
Mannheim, Advisor; Don Gregory, Sue Hayes, Leslie Simons, Al Knaub, 
Jerry Cambell, Ray Munn, Bruce Williams, Dave Sinish, Chris Mudgett, 
President. SECOND ROW: Janet Dedonis, Mary Hollabaugh, Nancy 
Hastie, Pat Burke, Sharon Dyer, Sharon Slattery, Carol Sunter, Haidee 
Falconer, Sue Filkins, Ellen Katz, Jo-Anne Gloth, Kathy Cosgriff, Geor- 
gia Raimondi, Lora Ekmejian, Chris Basdekis, Bob Cratty, John Car- 
penter, George Corcoran, Steve Ehrlich, John Wilson, George Lagassa, 
Dana Paige. THIRD ROW: Gail Shields, Beverly Rothman, Andrea 
Margolis, Cynthia Tebaldi, Nita Walter, Treasurer; Joanne Davenport, 
Sue Childs, Ann Wallace, Lynn Parker, Gretchen Balthazer, Carol 
Tebaldi, Barbara Fisher, Beth Keegan, Barbara McCann, Jean Leavitt, 
Karen Fisher, Vico Baer, Stuart Goldstein, Bruce Wilson, Bob Franklin, 
Bob Lincoln, Kenneth Dawson. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Young, Helen 
Triouleyre, Connie Young, Sue Slater, Judy Zuckerman, Cindy Ellis, 



Sue Benton, Cindy Benton, Sue Troiano, Carol Ramsay, Heather Mudg- 
ett, Debbie Fuller, Anita Wendell, Barbara Brooks, Betsey Merrill, 
Barbara Meiklejohn, Gary Kahn, Dave Clark, Bruce Hobart, Richard 
Whittey, John Gushue. FIFTH ROW: Nancy Brigham, Kaki Beilby, Bar- 
bara Seigel, Laura Shatz, Gail Bacon, Carolyn Alstrom, Holly Clark, 
Beth Moakler, Joyce Mulkerin, Sherrie Skowyra, Barbara Franklyn, 
Sue Whipple, Linda Wensely, Andy Havrilla, Pat Tierney, Sharon 
Nuger, Barbara Harris, Donna Greenberg, Paul Ten Hompel, Murray 
Pearson, Philip Mullane. SIXTH ROW: Cynthia Wozniak, Sue Baxter, 
Karen Orenstein, Chris Adams, Andrea Henry, Linda Goodell, Linda 
Lane, John Preston, Arthur Fox, Dave Gloth, Jeff Robinson, Rick Fre- 
dette, Harry Ehrlich, Rocky Adriance, Gil Upson, Vice-President; Peter 
Hobart. SEVENTH ROW: Steve Keiser, Bruce Deely, Linda Hopkins, 
Peter Jensen, Lance Hartford, Chuck Wahl, Reed Lincoln, Dick Baron, 
Stephen Reville, Peter Darling, Danny Bloom, Jim Coon, Bob Routson, 
Al Fordyce, Bobby Basdekis, Jim Shields, Richard Falkenberg, Bob 
Johnson, Peter Adriance, Jim Upson. 



SKI CLUB 

The Ski Club under Mr. Manheim's direction com- 
pleted its second successful year in promoting recre- 
ational skiing and in improving skiing techniques. 
Activities planned this year included movies, speakers, 
and demonstrations. In addition, weekly trips were 
made to ski resorts such as Mount Tom, Berkshire 
Basin, and Thunder Mountain. 



BUSINESS CLUB 

The Business Club under the supervision of Mr. 
Dankevich has had a very rewarding year. The club 
members assumed a wide range of clerical work 
throughout the school year. They also contributed 
to the rapid growth of the Lancer Book Store. The 
club took a trip to a nearby business firm and for the 
first time invested money in the stock market. 




FRONT ROW: Diane Koetsch, Diane Kellner, Chris Adams, Linda Lane, 
Linda Hopkins, Andy Margolis, Joyce Avella, Marilyn Carpenter, 
Donna O'Connell. MIDDLE ROW: Debbie Babb, Gail Shields, Lynn 
Peverly, Fran Sciutto, Carol DiGiore, Jean Cantwell, Lynn Shapiro, 



Francine Joyal, Cherie Corbett. BACK ROW: Carol Petrie, Bunny 
Frank, Dolores Souliere, Beth Ellis, Mr. Dankevich, Fred Hoekstra, 
Dennis Harris, Peter Jensen, Glenda Flyer, Peggy Aldrich, Gail Sin- 
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Charles Ferguson, Finn Charlesworth, Steve 
Fox and Craig Jackson portray fun loving 
sailors. 




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>OUTH PACIFIC A SELL-OUT SUCCESS 



"There is nothing like a dame!" And there was nothing like 
Longmeadow's superb production of Rodgers and Hammer- 
stein's South Pacific, ably directed by Mr. Lopes and Mr. Bur- 
kle. A full audience spent an "enchanted evening" listening 
to the voices of Ronnie Bloom, Chuck Adams, and Dave 
Streeter in the leading roles and roared at the comic antics 
of Jeff Lyman, Sue Thompson, Ray Homstead, and Roger 
Siver. Fine acting together with outstanding scenery and 
excellent lighting made South Pacific an outstanding success. 




Chuck Adams and Ronnie Bloom enact the leading 
roles of Emile and Nellie. 



Bob Patterson, Sue Thompson, Jeff Lyman, Gene Sokolawski, Art Bloom and Bob 
Lizinski are caught at rehearsal. 




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LYRICS 



FONT ROW: Linda Billings, Sue Sheppard, Christine Whittlesey, 
Peter Wenden, Neil Whitehead, Marcia Gale, Julie Williams, 
Cathy Galbraith. MIDDLE ROW: Louise Adam, Vicki Boucher, 
Carolyn Alspach, Martha Russell, Bob Franklin, Arthur Fox, Sue 



Hayes, Beverly Rothman, Carol Preston, Jane Donnelly. BACK 
ROW: Henry Talbert, Frank Anzalotti, Chuck Kantor, Chuck 
Adams, Bernie Kaplan, Alan Kibbe, Larry Cooley. 




FRESHMEN CHORUS 



FIRST ROW: Sandra Greenberg, Heather Mudgett, Debbie Ful- 
ler, Barbara Zerwitz, Mary Ryder, Pat Tierney, Adrian Haefitz, 
Bette Freed. SECOND ROW: Paige Price, Jamie Ronaldson, Bar- 
104 k Qra Garfinkel, Bonnie Towne, Louise Stanley, Jane Marcee, 
Janet Conti, Michele Lanctot, Jay Gundersdorf, Jean Leavitt. 



THIRD ROW: Jennifer Daley, Chris Whittlesey, Beverly Grzywacz, 
Nancy Mulcahy, Marsha Hennick, Connie Smith, Mary Jane Dy- 
son, Adrianne Wolf, Cindy Ellis, Anne Throne. FOURTH ROW: 
Bernie Kaplan, Art Fox, Peter Wender. 




GLEE CLUB 



FIRST ROW: Sue Sheppard, Betsey Lang, Haidee Falconer, Carolyn 
Alspach, Marcia Gale, Carolyn Frueh, Dorine Blake, Susan Benson, 
Pam Stone, Linda Billings. SECOND ROW: Louise Adam, Vicki Boucher, 
Barbara Kaplan, Debbie Babb, Debbie Levine, Barbara Bentson, Rob- 
in Hart, Martha Russell, Judith Ryan, Marji Vangsness, Carol Atwood, 
Laurie Brigham. THIRD ROW: Charlene D'Avanzo, Beth Moakler, Mari- 
ann Santinello, Sally Mayock, Martha Thomas, Donna Palmer, Jayne 
Laubinger, Leslie Simons, Andy Margolis, Beverly Rothman, Gail Rus- 



sell, Laurie Ronaldson, Barbara Ryder. FOURTH ROW: Sherri Skowyra, 
Jane Donnelly, Sandy Thompson, Carole Low, Gail McQuarrie, Peggy 
Wessendorf, Bunny Frank, Georgia Raimondi, Julie Williams, Susan 
Hayes. FIFTH ROW: Chuck Adams, Henry Talbert, Bob Lezinski, Frank 
Anzalotti, Larry Cooley, Bob Leff, Richard Flint, Neil Whitehead, Bob 
Crafty, James Harrelson, Bob Franklin, Ronald Volmar, Donald Greg- 
ory, Alan Kibbe. 



VOCAL GROUPS PRESENT ENTERTAINING PROGRAMS 



MUSIC 



The active music program of Longmeadow High 
School provides opportunities for young instrumen- 
talists and vocalists to practice and perform together. 
The instrumental groups are open to all classes. The 
marching band provides music for football and bas- 
ketball games. The dance band, a small group of tal- 
ented bandsmen, plays popular music. The orchestra 
concentrates its efforts in a classical vein. 

The most active vocal group of Longmeadow is 
the Lyrics, selected singers representing all classes. 
They perform at school functions as well as outside 



activities for which they are in great demand. By 
far the largest musical group is the Glee Club which 
was featured with the orchestra in a midwinter con- 
cert this year. Preparing for the Glee Club are the 
talented freshmen vocalists who compose the Fresh- 
men Chorus. 

The music organizations performed well at the 
traditional Christmas and spring programs. They also 
represented Longmeadow at the spring music fes- 
tival held this year at the University of Massachusetts. 



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FIRST ROW: Sandy Carville, Marilyn Carpenter, Beverly Smith, 
Sue Richards, Judy Kaplan. SECOND ROW: David Sinish, Jack 
Shindler, Carol Atwood, Phyllis Lawrence, Barbara Seigcl, Mark 
MacDonald, Randy Vanbeenen, Peter Devine, Linda Masterson. 
THIRD ROW: Robert Yodelowski, Robert Friedlander, Ken Cohen, 
Steve Wilson, Sue Gurtin, Lynn Epstein, Earl MacLeod, Sally 
Elliot, George Busby, Robert Gurtin, Joel Greenfield. FOURTH 



ROW: Mark Williams, Ronnie Waiksnoris, Jeff Kaufman, Bruce 
Williams, Mike Sweeney, Arthur Rickless, Bruce Hobart, Phil 
Schmidt, Tom Hagerlan, James Coon, Wayne Cogan, Alan Har- 
wood. FIFTH ROW: Bob Joly, David Leeper, Steve Aldrich, Bob 
Busby, Dick Kamp, Bob Miklaski, Steve Munn. SIXTH ROW: 
Jeanine Brady, Connie Romberg, Gary Blake, Jim Harrelson, 
Neil Whitehead, Don Lepage. 



ABLE MUSICIANS DISPLAY THEIR TALENTS 



A group of wind players rehears- 
ing are Jack Shindler, Carol At- 
wood, Dave Sinish, Marcia Gale 
and David Leeper. 





DANCE BAND 



Richard Kamp, Linda Masterson, Bob Miklaski, Peter Devine, 
Mike Sweeney, Don Lepage, Frank Masterson, Bob Lezinski. 



Mr. Burkle, Jeff Houfman, Ronnie Waiksnoris, 




ORCHESTRA 



FIRST ROW: Clifford Terry, Marylyn Nye, Marion Bartlett, Janice 
Temple, Joan Hernberg, Jeanine Brady. SECOND ROW: Bob Le- 
zinski, Carol Zandan, Sheri Cohen, Mary Jane Dyson, Randi Van- 
beenen, Carol Atwood, Jack Shindler, Dave Sinish. THIRD ROW: 



Ron Waiksnoris, Mark Williams, Bruce Williams, Ken Cohen, Bob 
Friedlander, Marcia Gale, David Leeper, Steve Aldrich. FOURTH 
ROW: Connie Romberg, Neil Whitehead, Don Lepage. 




The promenaders take a break 
and pause for punch. 



SENIOR PROM LONG TO BE REMEMBERED 




Senior Prom co-chairmen Ann Murphy 
and Jim Sagalyn, under the direction of 
Miss Erickson, organized their committees 
to plan and prepare the scene of a memo- 
rable event. The cafeteria was transformed 
into an ocean dock covered with buoys, 
lobster pots, and various other sea articles. 
An ocean-like breeze blew with soft sway- 
ing music. The evening will be long remem- 
bered by all who attended. 



The evening continues. 



BANQUET AND COMMENCEMENT BEGIN AND END SENIOR WEEK 




Mr. Craver and faculty sign senior yearbooks 
after a pleasant meal at Wiggin's Tavern. 



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Miss Erickson and Mr. Suher deliver a comic skit after being formally announced as dedicatees 
of the 1963 yearbook. 




Junior marshals Jeff Lyman and Candy Rock 
lead solemn seniors as the graduation exercises 
begin. 




The graduating class awaits speaker F. Gardiner F. Bridge, Director of Admissions at Trinity 
College, who spoke on the benefits of further education. 



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IfciiSY 19 CATHEDRAL 

^xtOARY 21 W. SPRINGFIELD 

FEBRUARY 24 TECH 
FEBRUARY 26 CHICOPEE 

HEAD COACH — BRUCE RYDER 
ASST. COACH — ACTON WILEY 

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FRONT ROW: Mr. Ursprung, Bob Vangaasbeck, Wells Chandler, 
Bruce Sutherland, Mark Williams, Jim Purdy, Joe Chuisano, Bob 
Mauterstock, Steve Baldwin, Don Greenwell, Bob Holzapfel, Gil 
Upson, John Potter, Jim Taylor, Roger Siver. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. 
Wagner, Phil Schmidt, Bruce McCullough, Bob Conti, Ben Boynton, 



Phil Dalessio, Bruce VanDolson, Clark Shattuck, Cal Sickles, Mike 
Hardy, Don Ferris, Brian Margolis, Charlie Arnold, Mr. Harris. BACK 
ROW: John Forbess, Bob Parsons, Paul Homestead, Gary Tampone, 
Pepper Martin, Pete Graham, Jeff Diamond, Ross Appleman, Bart 
Frisbie, Al Gorad, Dave Blakeman, Rick Hall. 



The 1963 Longmeadow football team was again rec- 
ognized as one of the best squads in Western Massa- 
chusetts. The team fought to a fine 7 and 1 record while 
placing second in the Suburban League. Much of this 
success may be credited to the hard work of coaches 
Ursprung and Harris. 

Led by co-captains Bob Mauterstock and Steve Bald- 
win, the Lancers opened their season with a solid 36 to 
16 win over Enfield. Two weeks later an inspired South 
Hadley team beat Longmeadow 14-0. However, the Lan- 



cers showed their greatness by refusing to let the loss 
ruin their season and won the remaining games. Included 
in these were decisive victories over Ludlow and East 
Longmeadow. 

Because of their hard work in all eight games, guard 
Joe Chiusano, end Mark Williams, and tackle Bob Mau- 
terstock were elected to the All-Suburban League team. 

The team next year, with experience gained this year, 
can expect to bring the Suburban League title back to 
Longmeadow. 



FOOTBALL RECORD 



Longmeadow 


Opponents 


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Opponents 


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Enfield 16 




20 


Minnechaug 6 


22 




Holyoke Catholic 6 




20 


Ludlow 6 







South Hadley 14 




22 


East Longmeadow 3 


6 




Palmer 




30 


Classical 



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Captain Bob Mauterstock 




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DETERMINATION MARKS SEASON 
FOR TOUGH SOCCER SQUAD 







FRONT ROW: Peter Leven, Jeff Lyman, George Busby, Bob Chaffee, 
Harry Ehrlich, Alan Cowles, Rocky Adriance, Paul Rigali, John Dono- 
hoe. BACK ROW: Allen Harwood, Murray Leety, Bob Joly, Carl Lar- 



kin, Gerry Nannen, Steve Moyer, Peter Miller, Sandy Pool, Dana 
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Soccer Co-Captains: Bob Chaffee, Harry Ehrlich, and 
Al Cowles. 



The 1963 varsity soccer squad, coached by Mr. Suher, was 
characterized by determination and untiring team effort. A 
record of ten wins, four ties, and four losses topped any pre- 
vious Longmeadow High School soccer record proving the 
team's capability. 

The most exciting and rewarding game of the season was 
with Ludlow High School. Ludlow, unbeaten and untied in 
soccer this year until this game, met its match in our tough 
Longmeadow team. The game ended with Longmeadow 
toppling the future state champs 1-0. 

This year our soccer team was selected to play in the 
Western Massachusetts Soccer Tournament. In this compe- 
tition the squad beat its first opponent, Williams High School, 
2-0. In the state quarter-finals, Longmeadow was defeated 
by West Springfield High School, 2-0. 

In the post-season selections for the Pioneer Valley All- 
Star teams, Bob Chaffee was unanimously chosen as a first 
team fullback. On the second team, Murray Leety was selec- 
ted for his expert ball handling. Harry Ehrlich, Alan Cowles, 
and Peter Miller were placed on the honorable mention list. 

Next year, under the leadership of co-captains Peter Miller 
and Bob Joly, Coach Suher hopes for another successful 
season. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 




Under the combined coaching skills of Mr. Burke and Mr. 
Ryder, the junior varsity football squad had a spectacular sea- 
son. Winning all but one game, the team showed such tremen- 
dous ability that it was allowed to play in varsity games. Coach 
Burke and Coach Ryder noted Jeff Diamond, Jim Martin, Bart 
Frisbie, Bob Conti, Paul Homestead, and Al Gorrod for out- 
standing skill. Probably the greatest asset to the team this year 
was its strong defensive line. Toughened by practice with the 
varsity, the J.V. line was impregnable. With a successful J. V. 
season this year, Longmeadow High School can look forward to 
a winning varsity team in the future. 



FRONT ROW: Bob Parsons, Bart Frisbie, Ross Appleman, 
Pepper Martin, Gary Tampone, Pete Graham, Paul Home- 
stead. BACK ROW: Mr. Ryder, Al Gorrod, John Forbess, 
Bob Conti, Jeff Diamond, Brian Margolis, Don Ferris, Phil 
Schmidt, Mr. Burke. 



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FRONT ROW: Doug Weeks, Stan Hain, Bernie Kaplan, 
Don Fisher, John Peverly, Jim Hyfantis, Jeff Licht. MIDDLE 
ROW: Mr. Ryder, Bill Squires, Gary Dionise, Steve Ro- 
manko, Mike Sweeney, Tom Haberlin, Paul Sneider, Larry 
Berkeley, Mr. Burke. BACK ROW: Paul Revelle, Henry 
Rigali, Pete Chaulk, Ed Lowe, Peter Squire, Jim Grimaldi, 
Ken Cohen. 



This year the freshman football team showed a record of 
three losses and one tie. However, according to the coaches, Mr. 
Burke and Mr. Ryder, several boys developed into potential stars. 
Among these were Don Fisher, Larry Berkely, Gary Dionis, Ken 
Cohen, and Peter Chalke. As a whole, the team showed marked 
improvement as the season progressed and can be expected to 
have a better record in J. V. football next fall. Credit is due to 
Coach Burke and Coach Ryder for teaching the boys the neces- 
sary skills for future years in football. 



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FRONT ROW: John Carpenter, Joe Stothert, George La- 
gassa, Bob Busby, Barclay Macon, Ed Merriam, Jim Sulli- 
van, Clint Paige, Norm Patten, Greg Dawson. BACK ROW: 
Mr. Climo, Scott Merrill, Pete Adriance, Colin Fuller, Paul 
Jones, Bob Lincoln, Jim Low, Lee Seabury, Bob Ranahan, 
Bruce Wilson, John Gushue, Bob Goodhue, Mark Mac- 
Donald. 



The junior varsity soccer team had a fine season which ended 
with seven wins, five losses, and three ties. Probably the most 
satisfying games of the year were the two played against South- 
wick. In these games the Lancers trounced the Southwick team 
5-1 and 4-0. Against West Springfield our team again emerged 
with a smashing victory of 4-1. Coach Climo cited Barclay Macon, 
Norm Patten, and Lee Seabury for outstanding skill and stated 
that the entire team showed excellent promise for future varsity 
squads. Next year, members of this outstanding J. V. team will 
be rising to varsity level, and with the addition of these skilled 
players, the team can surely be expected to win the coveted 
Pioneer Valley Crown. 



FRESHMAN SOCCER 




Coached by Mr. Teixeira, the freshmen soccer team this year 
competed with several freshman teams in the area. Among the 
schools played were Kiley Junior High, West Springfield High, 
Windsor Locks High, and Suffield High. Coach Teixeira noted 
Mike Anziano, Jack* Corcoran, Steve Matchak, and Lance Hart- 
ford as outstanding players and stated that the entire team 
showed excellent potential for J. V. and varsity teams in the 
future. The Lancers won a smashing victory in a set of games 
played against the Longmeadow Junior High All Star Team. In 
one game of this series, Freshman Dick Baron scored five goals 
against the All Stars. This year the freshman soccer squad has 
gained much of the skill needed to win honors in the future. 



FRONT ROW: Murray Pearson, Doug Marvel, Lenny Shatz, 
Chuck Wahl, Dick Baron, Art Fox, Jim Davenport, Steve 
Matchak, David Gibson. MIDDLE ROW: John Robertson, 
Ed Merrill, Pete Darling, Peter Devine, Cappy Poole, Mike 
Anziano, Dan Bloom, Mr. Teixeira. BACK ROW: Dave Mas- 
tromatteo, Lance Hartford, John Davis, Jack Corcoran, 
Raffe Sagalyn, Pete Rider, Tom Grace. 



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Chip Fossa, Wells Chandler, Jim Purely, Phil Dalessio, Bruce McCul- 
lough, Bill Dyson, Wayne Donaldson, Jack Warner, Chuck Johnson, 
Clark Shattuck, Bob Joly, Don Ferris. KNEELING: Mr. Josselyn. 



The varsity basketball team this year was involved in 
many exciting games. During the eighteen-game sched- 
ule, the team gained much experience for next year. 
The squad beat a very fine Chicopee Comprehensive 
team by one basket. Easthampton, the Valley Wheel Co- 
champion, could manage only a six point victory over 
the Lancers. Two hard-fought victories over arch-rival 
East Longmeadow were also included. 

Aggressive center Jim Purdy added spark to the team 
in many of the games. Juniors Chuck Johnson and Clark 
Shattuck showed that they may be among the best in 
Western Massachusetts next year. Junior guard Bob Joly 
had the ability to stir up the team and start it on to vic- 
tory. Seniors Chip Fossa, Wayne Donaldson, Bill Dyson, 
and Jack Warner completed their high school career this 
year. 

Using knowledge gained from the games this year and 
the skills taught by Mr. Josselyn, the squad next year 
can be expected to have a fine record. 



BASKETBALL RECORD 



Longmeadow 




Opponents 


54 


Chicopee Comp 


52 


54 


Ludlow 


67 


43 


Chicopee Comp 


54 


61 


Minnechaug 


74 


74 


East Longmeadow 


57 


44 


Enfield 


46 


47 


Palmer 


52 


52 


Ware 


75 


64 


Agawam 


76 


49 


Easthampton 


67 


59 


Ludlow 


73 


49 


Minnechaug 


63 


53 


East Longmeadow 


47 


40 


Enfield 


56 


52 


Palmer 


61 


43 


Ware 


83 


53 


Agawam 


70 


64 


Easthampton 


71 



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HOCKEY TEAM AGAIN COMPETES IN TOUGH LEAGUE 




FRONT ROW: Don Greenwell, Tim Beaulieu, John Donohoe, John Potter, Murray Leety, 
Jeff Lyman, Bill Lincoln, Bob Chaffee, Peter Leven, Scott Baird, Norm Patton. BACK ROW: 
Coach Ryder, John Davis, Carl Larkin, Richard Edwards, John Carter, Jim Hyfantis, Bob 
Ranahan, Murray Pearson, Ned Fitzsimmons, Jim Sullivan, Jack Corcoran, Bruce Curran, 
Don Fisher, Allan Harwood, James Davenport, Bart Frisbie, Pete Squire, Ken Cohen, 
Colin Fuller, Coach Wiley. 





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This year, coached by Mr. Ryder, 
the varsity hockey squad showed 
much improvement over the pre- 
ceding season. Although playing in 
the tough Berry League, the Lan- 
cer team was regarded by all op- 
ponents as the hardest working 
squad in the league. Hard work 
and improvement earned such 
quotes from local newspapers as 
"ever dangerous Longmeadow," 
and the "most improved team." 

Sparked by high scorer and 
best all-around piayer John Potter, 
the Lancers fought a season unpar- 
alleled in determination and spirit. 

Coach Ryder noted seniors Mur- 
ray Leety, John Donohoe, Tim 
I Beaulieu, Bill Lincoln, Peter Leven, 
Bob Chaffee, and Don Greenwell 
for showing much determination 
and skill. "This team has been 
playing hockey in a top league for 
three years now," said Coach 
Ryder. "Although the boys have 
lost several games, their spirit has 
never failed, and they have re- 
mained the hardest fighting squad 
in the league." 

With constant determination and 
spirits always high, the Lancer team 
won the admiration of its oppon- 
ents, its school, and its coach. 




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East Longmeadow 


3 




Chicopee 


4 


2 


Westfield 


5 




Technical 


3 


1 


Cathedral 


4 




Chicopee 


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West Springfield 


3 




East Longmeadow 








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1 




Westfield 


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4 


East Longmeadow 


2 


4 


Cathedral 


2 


2 


Westfield 


4 


3 


West Springfield 


3 


7 


West Springfield 


1 


1 


Technical 


2 


2 


Cathedral 


3 





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4 



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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 




FRONT ROW: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Stock. BACK ROW: Stuart Cohen, Alan Gorrod, Eddie Merriam, Rick 
Panto, Paul Jones, Fran Mirkin, Gary Tampone, Jon Low, Sandy Pool, John Forbess, Barclay Macon. 



What does a losing season mean? To most fans and 
players it means disappointment. Our 1963-64 junior 
varsity basketball team completed such a season. How- 
ever, the value of any junior varsity team does not neces- 
sarily lie in its record but rather in the training and 
experience which it .gives future varsity players. The jun- 
ior varsity basketball squad, composed of sophomores, 
while lacking polish, mastered the fundamentals of bas- 



ketball through hard daily drill. Beginning with the first 
East Longmeadow game, the team showed a marked 
improvement in competitive skill. Coach Johnson believes 
that his starting five, Sandy Pool, Paul Jones, Fran Mir- 
kin, Al Gorrord, and Barclay Macon, showed the greatest 
improvement and will be varsity material by their senior 
year. 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




FRONT ROW: John Peverley, Jim Grimaldi, Jim Warner, Bernie Kaplan, Phil Ryan, Harvey Bond. MIDDLE 
ROW: Mr. LaValley, Louis Sophinos, David Gibson, Mike Anziano, Dick Baron, Jeff Licht. BACK ROW: 
Lenny Shatz, Larry Berkeley, Pete Chalke, Mark Sullivan, Bill Squires. 



The freshman basketball team this year had a highly 
successful season. In addition to having a favorable rec- 
ord, the freshmen displayed unusual ability. Highly ac- 
curate shooting was largely responsible for their overall 
record which included an unexpected victory over a 
previously undefeated East Longmeadow basketball 
team. Among the outstanding players on Coach LaVal- 



ley's team were Bernie Kaplan, an aggressive and versa- 
tile player, Jim Warner, accurate with his shots and 
passes, and Bob Hollister, a tough rebounder under the 
boards. Coach LaValley feels that the outstanding traits 
of this ball club were its continual good-sportsmanship 
and success on the basketball court. Much of this talent 
will be found on varsity squads in the coming years. 



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FRONT ROW: Bruce Hobart, Paul Rigali, Bob Hozapfel, Eric Franklin, Phil Schmidt, Paul Schneider, Clint 
Paige, Steve Wilson, Bob Chalero, Henry Rigali. BACK ROW: Mr. Harris, John Bultrucyk, Fred Hoekstra, 
Dave Blakeman, Dan Betcher, Bob Mauterstock, Wallace Weeks, Charles Arnold, Greg Dawson, Steve 
Matchak, Jeff Chandler. 



In their first year as a varsity team, the Longmeadow 
matmen compiled an enviable record of wins. Our wrestling 
team, comprised of twenty-six ambitious competitors, in- 
cluded such talented wrestlers as Bob Mauterstock and Wally 
Weeks, the co-captains, and Fred Hoekstra, a tough, agres- 
sive fighter. This team, while relatively inexperienced, in- 
cluded many underclassmen. Coach Harris, who started the 
sport in Longmeadow last year, feels that "wrestling will be 
one of the top sports in Longmeadow." 





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Longmeadow 




Opponents 


15 




Cathedral 


32 


50 




Classical 


5 


10 




Wilbraham 32 


22 




Trade 


21 


14 




Tech 


31 


26 




Suffield 


21 


33 




Williston 


11 



SKI TEAM 




FRONT ROW: Steve Ehrlich, Vico Baer, Dave Sinish, Gil Upson, Bob Lincoln, Mr. Homer. MIDDLE ROW: 
Rocky Adriance, Peter Leven, Steve Kaiser, John Preston, Chris Mudgett, Rick Whittey. BACK ROW: 
Peter Hobart, Reed Lincoln, Lance Hartford, Bob Basdekis, George Laggassa, Bucky Upson. 



The Longmeadow Lancers added a ski team to their list 
of varsity sports this year. Coached by Mr. Homer, the in- 
experienced Longmeadow team began training in the fall. 

Displaying remarkable improvement throughout the sea- 
son, the squad, led by co-captains Gil Upson and Dave 
Sinish, took a decisive first place victory against Westfield, 
Holyoke Catholic, and West Springfield. In this important 
meet, Rick Whittey proved himself to be consistent as the top 
Lancer scorer by securing second place in overall compe- 
tition. 

Demonstrating enthusiasm, gaining experience, and improv- 
ing faster than the coach anticipated, the Lancer team will 
undoubtly have a highly successful future. 









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Cohen. MIDDLE ROW: Gary Gibbons, Tom Donnelly, Ron Kuzon, Jim Finn, Chip Fossa, 
Gerry Nannen. BACK ROW: Jim Purdy, Bob Russell, Bill Matulewicz, Bob VanGaasbeck, 
John Donohoe, Coach D'Agostino. 





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Coach D'Agostino again guided 
the Longmeadow baseball team to 
a successful season with ten vic- 
tories and five defeats. A powerful 
offense which compiled a total of 
118 runs found strong support in 
infielders Don Greenwell and Steve 
Baldwin. Catcher Bob Cohen led 
the team with a batting average of 
.375, and outfielders Jim Finn, Tom 
Donnelly, and Steve Parker com- 
prised the finest defensive front the 
Lancer team has ever had. 

Longmeadow suffered a hum- 
bling defeat at the hands of arch- 
rival Classical, but emerged vic- 
torious in the second game with 
the Bulldogs. The team also made 
a commendable showing in defeat- 
ing Ludlow twice, the second game 
terminated by an 8-0 shutout cred- 
ited to pitcher Bill Matulewitz. 

A prime factor for the success of 
the 1963 baseball season was the 
enthusiastic overall team effort. All 
fifteen members of the ball club 
actively participated to build a .236 
team batting average, and the four 
pitchers shared the wins almost 
equally. 

The six lettermen returning for 
the 1964 season will be joined by 
members of a highly successful jun- 
ior varsity. This provides a prom- 
ising team for the coming year. 







Don Greenwe 



Jim Purdy 



BASEBALL RECORD 



Longmeadow 
15 Trade 



Opponents 

7 



Longmeadow 

6 Classical 



Opponents 
2 



10 Chicopee Comp. 

3 Classical 14 

7 Holyoke Catholic 11 

4 Ludlow 1 
16 Trade 6 

8 Ludlow 

9 Chicopee Comp. 4 



3 West Springfield 12 

1 South Hadley 2 

1 1 Commerce 7 

6 West Springfield 4 

13 East Longmeadow 2 

6 Holyoke Catholic 14 

129 



Gerry Nannen 




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TRACKMEN BREAK 
SEVERAL SCHOOL RECORDS 





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FRONT ROW: Roger Siver, Don Ferris, Greg Dawson, Bruce McCul- 
lough, Wells Chandler, Tom Tiedgen, Will Thayer, Al LaRose, Daryl 
Richter, Finn Charlesworth, Bruce Brown, John Buckley. SECOND 
ROW: Mike Delaney, Tom Weiss, Paul Rigali, Gary Twing, Steve 
MacNaught, Gary Hooper, Bruce Sutherland, Steve Wilson, Steven 
Aldrich, Frank Coes, Wayne Trebbin. THIRD ROW: Ed Debien, Doug 
Wilmes, Charlie Arnold, John Carter, Colin Fuller, Fred Reardon, 
Clint Paige, Pepper Martin, Jeff Diamond, Don LePage. FOURTH 



ROW: Bob Johnson, Don Mitchell, John Gushue, John Burns, Steve 
Munn, Ken Welch, Ted Mayer, Bill Dyson, Ned Reidy, Paul D'Angelo. 
FIFTH ROW: John Boctrucyk, Bob Busby, Stan Saltas, Richie Kagan, 
Pete Adriance, Paul Homstead, Jim Upson, Steve Nuger, Chuck 
Adams, Ben Boynton. BACK ROW: Coach Harris, Dick MacGregory, 
John Preston, Richard Edwards, Bruce Deely, Ken Dawson, Joe Kes- 
sler, Coach Ursprung. 




130 



Bob Mauterstock 



In spite of a season with 2 wins and 
12 loses, participants on the 1963 
track team enjoyed a record smashing 
season, in which almost every record 
in every major event was broken. Two 
out of the five records broken occured 
in the running events. Chuck Adams in 
the 120 high hurdles was clocked in 
18.1 seconds while Fred Reardon broke 
the 5 minute mile, with a time of 4 
minutes 55 seconds. 

In the field events, Bruce Sutherland 
far overshot the existing mark in the 
javelin throw, with a toss of 162' 6V2". 
Mike Delaney made a leap of 5' 8" in 
the high jump. Bob Mauterstock con- 
sistently broke the shot-put record which 
he set last year, his furthest throw 
being 51' 10". 

Other team members were worthy of 
note. Gary Hooper in the 220, Charlie 
Arnold and Don Ferris in the 880, Daryl 
Richter in the high jump, Steve Mac- 
Naught in the pole vault, Roger Siver 
in the discus and Bruce McCullough in 
the shot put will help to make the 
team more formidable in the future. 
1964 should witness a vast improve- 
ment in the Longmeadow High School 
Track team. 





Daryl Richter 



Dick Sheppard Wayne Trebbin 

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Roger Siver 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 







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FRONT ROW: Roger Wilson, Al Rosoti, Ned Fitzsimmons, 
Bruce VanDolsen, Fred Varney. MIDDLE ROW: Ken Hollis- 
ter, Pete O'Grady, Joe Fede, Tom Adams, Bill Cook. 
BACK ROW: Dave Blakeman, Brian Margolis, Ron Plais- 
ance, Bob Joly, Mr. Josselyn. 



The junior varsity baseball team turned in a record of nine 
wins and five losses at the close of the 1963 season. Coach Jos- 
selyn attributes this success largely to timely hitting and con- 
sistently fine fielding and pitching. Our victories over West Spring- 
field and Enfield were the highlights of the season. Dave Blake- 
man, Fred Varney, and Brian Margolis shared the duty of pitch- 
ing for the team, while Bob Joly did a fine job at shortstop and 
Brian Margolis, Bruce an Dolson, and Skip Plaisance had the 
highest batting averages. Members of this team gained much 
valuable experience and have a promising future ahead. 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL 




The freshman baseball team demonstrated fine hitting and field- 
ing ability; however, it had difficulty combining both of them 
effectively in games. Under the coaching of Mr. Burke, these 
boys continually hustled at practices and showed a desire to 
improve. The team did accomplish one rare feat by being the 
only team to beat highly rated Chicopee. With the experience 
these freshmen gained, our junior varsity and varsity baseball 
teams will be well-supplied with talented baseball players in the 
future. 



FRONT ROW: Sandy Pool, Bruce Curran, Barclay Macon, 
Ross Appleman, Bart Frisbie, Danny Cohen. MIDDLE ROW: 
Jim Sullivan, Pete Graham, Scott Baird, Mike Finn, Stuart 
Cohen, Bob Johnson. BACK ROW: Joseph Stothert, Paul 
Jones, Jim Low, Lance Wilson, Bob Goodhue, Mr. Burke. 



132 



The victorious season of the 1963 
golf team was shown by an impressive 
record. The team, led by co-captains 
Dave Streeter and Craig Jackson, won 
ten meets while only losing one. Play- 
ing his best, each member contributed 
to the over-all team record. Mr. Lynch, 
coach of the golf team, said that the 
1963 team had more ability than any 
six-man team it faced. Hard work and 
outstanding playing won for the team 
the Valley Wheel Championship. 



GOLF 





GOLF RECORD 




Longmeadow 




Opponents 


13 


Agawam 


5 


17 


Minechaug 


1 


17 


Chicopee Comp. 


1 


15 


Southwick 


3 


16'/2 


Classical 


V/2 


13 


W. Springfield 


5 


17 


Classical 


1 


18 


Southwick 





15 


W. Springfield 


3 


8 


Agawam 


10 


16'/2 


Ludlow 


V/i 




Mr. Lynch, Dave Streeter, Ed Merriam, Chip Donohoe, 
Dave Nissenbaum, Bunny Leff, Mike Betley, Craig Jackson. 




TENNIS 




FRONT ROW: Carl Larkin, Al Cowles, Rick Jacobsohn, Harry Ehrlich, Dana Paige. 
BACK ROW: Mr. Sutler, Charles Johnson, Bob Lincoln, Myles Cooley, John King, 
Jim Sagalyn, Chris Carlisle. 



Two years ago Coach Suher pre- 
dicted that the Longmeadow tennis 
team would beat the Classical Bulldogs. 
On May 28, this prophecy came true. 
In one of the closest games of the sea- 
son, the Lancers toppled their arch- 
rivals with a score of 5-4. 

The team finished the season with a 
record of six wins and four losses in 
addition to reaching the semi-finals of 
the Western Massachusetts Interschol- 
astic Tennis Tournament. Top players 
on the team were Myles Cooley, Chuck 
Johnson, and Carl Larkin. With the re- 
turn of many of last year's veterans we 
may anticipate an even greater team 
for the '64 season. 





TENNIS RECORD 






Longmeadow 




Oppo 


nents 


9 


Tech 







4 


Classical 




5 


9 


Minnechaug 







7 


West Springfield 




2 


3 


Cathedral 




6 


9 


Technical 







5 


Classical 




4 


9 


Minnechaug 







4 


West Springfield 




5 


2 


Cathedral 




7 



133 



LEADERS CLUB 








The Leaders Club consists of girls and boys chosen 
for superior athletic and leadership qualities to assist 
during both physical education classes and intramural 
events. The Girls' and Boys' Leaders Clubs function 
separately under the direction of Mrs. Miller and Mr. 
D'Agostino respectively. In the fall the two groups col- 
laborated to sponsor the annual Sock Hop. 



FIRST ROW: Barbara Ryder, Susan Alport, Janet Goff, Mary Bur- 
ridge, Cindy Tebaldi, Nita Walter, Marcia Gale, Sue Gibson, Ann 
Jackson, Carol Diamond, Dee Dibble, Candy Rock. SECOND ROW: 
Mrs. Miller, Linda Goodell, Georgia Raimondi, Judy Little, Chris Bas- 
dekis, Judy Melvin, Joyanne Marcus, Barbara Macon, Margie Lauer, 
Carol Sunter, Terry Coon, Miss Menzie. THiRD ROW: Steve Baldwin, 
Bob Mauterstock, Alan Cowles, Don Temple, Linda Scott, Ann Gos- 
tyn, Sue Hennick, Bonnie Smith, Bruce Sutherland, Charlie Arnold, 
Jim Purdy. FOURTH ROW: Mr. D'Agostino, Gil Upson, Don Green- 
well, John Potter, Wells Chandler, Harry Ehrlich, Murray Leety, Peter 
Leven, Ronnie Plaisance, Jim Taylor, Mr. Harris. FIFTH ROW: Jeff 
Lyman, Peter Hobart, Paul Rigali, Bill Lincoln, Brian Margolis, Bruce 
McCullough, Don Ferris, Carl Larkin, John Carter, Bob Joly, Clark 
Shattuck. 



DRILL TEAM 






The Drill Team, under the direction of co-captains Ann 
Jackson and Andy Henry, carried the spirit of team- 
work and sportsmanship through another successful year. 
Practicing diligently morning and afternoon with advisor 
Mrs. Miller, the thirty-six girls perfected varied routines 
which always thrilled their audiences. The jet and white 
uniforms were an impressive sight as the team marched 
during half-time periods at home football and basketball 
games. With heads up, knees high, and arms swinging, 
the Drill Team contributed to the spirit of the entire 
school. 



FIRST ROW: Mary Burridge, Nancy Lynch, Georgia Raimondi, Andy 
Henry, Ann Jackson, Sue Gibson, Robin Atkinson, Laurie Ronaldson. 
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Miller, Paula Lichter, Sue Hennick, Chris Basde- 
kis, Lora Ekmejian, Marion Bartlett, Dianne Davenport, Holly Clark, 
Mary Hollabough. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Pulverenti, Linda Goodell, 
Sharon Dyer, Nancy Leavitt, Karen Elmer, Carol Feldman, Carol 
Chereskin, Helen Triouleyre, Sue Filkins. FOURTH ROW: Ronni Al- 
berts, Jayne Laubinger, Carol Sunter, Ann Lincoln, Barbara Lincoln, 
Sue Benson, Kaethe Cosgriff, Connie Young, Diane Tomassetti. 



134 



CHEERLEADERS 



This year the cheerleaders, under the 
leadership of co-captains Dee Dibble, 
Margie Lauer and advisor Miss Menzie, 
again added their vitality to football 
and basketball games. Their exuberant 
cheers raised school spirits and enthu- 
siasm. Using their energy and imagina- 
tion, these girls sparked our teams on 
to victory. With the Cheerleaders as a 
symbol of the best in school spirit, stu- 
dents can certainly shout, "We're from 
Longmeadow, and no one could be 
prouder . . .!" 



FRONT ROW: Linda Merriam, Margie Lauer, co- 
captain; Dee Dibble, captain; Carol Diamond, 
Bonnie Smith. BACK ROW: Marylyn Nye, Judy 
Melvin, Candy Rock, Chris Zacarian, Carol 
Petrie. 






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LEFT: White Team Co-captain Carol 
Feldman and Captain Chris Basdekis. 



FAR LEFT: Jet Team Co-captain Sue 
Alport and Captain Judy Little. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 




FRONT ROW: Mrs. Miller, Janet Goff, Cynthia Tebaldi, Ann Lin- 
coln, Barbara Macon, Barbara Ryder, Mary Burridge, Christine Bas- 
dekis, Miss Menzie. BACK ROW: Debbie Noone, Terry Coon, Joan 



Finn, Jill Parker, Carol Atwood, Kaki Beilby, Helen Triouleyre, Nita 
Walter. 



135 






SWIM TEAM 




FRONT ROW: Sue McChollister, Gail Bacon, Heather Mudgett, Lynn 
Parker, Debby Fuller, Betsy Merrill, Mary Jane Dyson, Randi Galf- 
man, Nancy Arnold, Carol Preston. BACK ROW: Miss Menzie, Linda 



Goodell, Chris Coughlin, Melissa Dawson, Janet Conti, Jane Marcy, 
Ann Exley, Linda Scott, CC Parker, Bonnie Smith, Haidee Falkner, 
Shelley Forbess. 



GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY 




FRONT ROW: Carol Tebaldi, Cynthia Manzi, Dee Dibble, Joyanne 
Marcus, Leela Krishnamurthy, Cynthia Tebaldi, Anne Wallace. MID- 
DLE ROW: Miss Menzie, Nita Walter, Mary Wood, Carol Afwood, 



Chris Basdekis, Molly Moorman, Sue Fisher, Helen Triouleyre, Mrs. 
Miller. BACK ROW: Dianne Davenport, Kaki Beilby, Janet Goff, 
Joan Finn, Sue Low, Ann Lincoln, Carol Sunter, Terry Coon. 



136 



GIRLS' GYM TEAM 




FRONT ROW: Cathy Maxwell, Peggy Melvin, C. C. Parker, Marcia 
Gale, Georgia Raimondi, Dee Dibble, Ann Jackson, Lynn Parker. 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Miller, Bonnie Smith, Carol Diamond, Joanne 



Davenport, Linda Goodell, Carol Sunter, Judy Melvin, Miss Menzi. 
BACK ROW: Judy Little, Candy Rock, Linda Merriam, Gail Russell, 
Joan Finn, Anne Wallace, Karen Fisher. 



GYM CLUB 




FRONT ROW: Hedy Nagger, Kathy Reilly, Sue Slater, Margie Lauer, Paige Price, Sue Hall, Joan Guern- 
sey. MIDDLE ROW: Bev Grzywacz, Cynthia Benton, Martha Atwood, Carol Blakeman, Phyllis Grossman, 
Barbara Meiklejohn, Cindy Watts, Miss Sharon Menzie, advisor. BACK ROW: Kathy Regan, Candy 
Adriance, Debbie Fuller, Heather Mudgett, Gail Bacon, Sue Filkins, Sue Childs. 



DANCE CLUB 




FIRST ROW: Peggy Melvin, C. C. Parker, Judy Zuckerman, Karen 
Elmer, Julie Williams, Sharon Slattery, Sue Hall, Joan Guernsey, 
Paige Price, Bonnie Smith, Gail Russell. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Miller, 
Cathy Maxwell, Sue Krohne, Barbara Macon, Carol Sunter, Linda 
Palczynski, Hedy Naggar, Sheri Skowyra, Chris Zacarian, Helen 
Triouleyre, Molly Moorman. THIRD ROW: Dee Dibble, Kathy Regan, 



Laurie Bewick, Sharon Black, Carol Zandan, Bev Grbywacz, Sue Fil- 
kins, Chris Peterson, Joyce Mulkerin, Linda Childs, Sue Childs, Jo- 
anne Davenport. FOURTH ROW: Candy Rock, Debbie Fuller, Gail 
Bacon, Heather Mudgett, Candy Adriance, Georgia Raimondi, Ann 
Jackson, Carol Diamond, Janet Goff, Chris Basdekis, Lora Ekmejian. i 9-7 






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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



ADVERTISER PAGE 

A 

Alamac Knitting Mills Inc. 149 

Albert J. Facey Jeweler Inc 152 

American Legion No. 175 153 

Arkay Shops 180 

Armata's Super Market 150 

Atlantic Aluminum and Metal 169 

Atlantic Station (Longmeadow) 156 

Atlas Auto Trim 161 

Automobile Sales 158 

B 

Bay Path Junior College 177 

Beaulieu Chevrolet 179 

Beauty Shop On The Green 168 

Bel-Mar Insurance Agency 151 

Belmont Laundry 151 

Blakes Restaurant 160 

Bliss Pharmacy 157 

Bob's Variety 161 

Breckwood Lumber Co 147 

Brightwood Hardware 168 

C 

Carborundum Co 147 

Chief Walmer's Driving School 166 

Chippy's Barber Shop 166 




P 




ADVERTISER PAGE 

Ciciarelli Insurance Agency, Inc 152 

Cinema X 145 

Class of 1965 160 

Class of 1966 165 

Class of 1967 173 

Corcoran, E. J. Co. 159 

D 

Dale Bros. Laundries Inc 177 

Daves Foodtown Super Markets 169 

E 

Earle's Wallpaper Co. 165 

Elcee Builders Inc 152 

F 

Fairbanks Auto School 176 

Forest Products Co 167 

Friendly Ice Cream Corp 146 

G 

Gilbert's Book Shop 147 

Guthrie Fence Co., Inc 166 

H 

Hallen Construction Co., Inc., 148 

Hayden Wayside Furniture Co 178 

Hillhouse Ltd 179 

Homstead Construction Corp 174 

Howard Johnson's 178 

I 

I. M. Press Formal Shop 173 

J 

Joffe Oil Co 172 

K 

Kimmell's Bakery 149 

Kittredge, M. J. Inc. 148 

L 

Landen-True Inc 173 

Library Book House 180 

Longmeadow Barber Shop 181 

Longmeadow Flowers 180 

Longuiel Transportation Inc. 149 

Loring Studies 144 



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ADVERTISER PAGE 

M 

Mansfield Paper Co 181 

Mario's Barber Shop 172 

Mascaro's Florists 148 

McCullough 149 

Midtown Recreation Bowling Alleys 181 

Miller Tool and Manufacturing Co. 178 

Milton's Ted, Select Cars 175 

Mountain Laurel Restaurant 149 

N 

National Gage and Die Co. Inc 173 

New England Container 170 

New England Telephone and Telegraph 183 

O 

O'Malley Printing Co 179 

P 

Page, Frank M. Inc 159 

Pan-American World Airlines 171 

Paramount Theatre 145 

Penny, J. C. Co 172 

Phelon, R. E. Co., Inc 154 

Pioneer Valley Real Estate 169 

R 

Ryland, Thomas P. Co., Inc 158 

S 

Scott, Robert F 168 

Separate Shop, The 145 



ADVERTISER PAGE 

Shaker Bowl 159 

Smith Pharmacy and Co 153 

Souliere Building Corp 156 

Spalding, A. G. and Bros 162 

Springfield Gas Light Co 150 

Springfield Offset Co 150 

Springfield Republican 164 

Stacey Machine Co. Inc 157 

Standard Industrial Supply 157 

State Line Fine Foods 174 

State Line Service Station 158 

Stearns and Westcott 150 

Steigers Department Store 175 

Sterling A. Orr Inc 163 

Student Prince 158 

U 

United Engineers Inc 156 

Universal Jewelry Case Co 151 

United States Envelope 147 

V 

Valley Cinema 151 

W 

Wallace Manufacturing Corp 153 

Winnie's Auto Service 150 

Y 

Young, W. F. Inc 155 

Z 

Zimmerman, H. and Son 161 

Zundell, Lewis 159 



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Mr. and Mrs. William Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Harris E. Adriance 

Mr. John H. Aldrich 

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Weeks, Jr. 




Mr. and Mrs. Max Orenstein 


Mr. and Mrs. David W. Weiss 




Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Otto 


Mr. and Mrs. Rov E. Wessendorf 




Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Paipe 


Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Whitehead 




Dr. and Mrs. Milton Palmer 


Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams 




Mrs. Hazel R. Patten 


Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Williams 




Mrs. Harold Petluck 


Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wrialey 




Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pigeon 


Mr. and Mrs. Adolnh J. Yodlowski 




Mr. and Mrs. Omer F. Plaisance 


Mr. and Mrs. Karl Zuckerman 


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Corner of Stearns Square and Bridge St. 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




BEST LOOKING 
Jeff Lyman Linda Merriam 



Official Yearbook Photographers 



G. Edward Carlson 



Manager 



144 



THE SEPARATE SHOP 



LONGMEADOW, MASS. 



+ + 



'On the Green' 





BEST DRESSED 


MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED 


John Potter Geogia Raimondi 


Dee Dibble Bob Mauterstock 


PARAMOUNT 
THEATRE 


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SPRINGFIELD'S SHOWCASE OF DISTINCTIVE FILMS 


SHOW PLACE 






499 SUMNER AVENUE 


of 






SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS 






TEL. 781-2154 




145 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP 



10 BLISS ROAD 





MOST TALKATIVE 
Jill Harrington Bunny Frank 



CLASS FLIRTS 
Kirk Lyman Dianne Davenport 



- CLASS RENDEZVOUS - 



FRIENDLY'S 



The Friendly Steak & Sundae Shop 



732 Bliss Road 



146 



CARBORUNDUM 
COMPANY 

-i- + 

WEST SPRINGFIELD 
MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments 
of 

GILBERT'S 
BOOKSHOP 





MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Debbie Noone Jack Shindler 



CLASS INTELLECTS 
Marjorie Fox George Busby 



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seal 

without 

licking 



WHEREVER STATIONERY IS SOLD 




UNITED 
[USE I STATES 



OENBRAL OffiCtS Sl'HINOf IELD. MASS OIIOI 

WORCESTER • SPRINGFIELD ■ ROCKV1LLE ■ NEW YORK 
METUCHl N - ATLANTA • INDIANAPOLIS ■ CHICAGO 
ENVELOPE WAUKEGAN • DALLAS " LOS ANGELES ■ SAN FRANCISCO 



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RAILROADS AND INDUSTRIAL 

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 

STEEL ERECTION • EQUIPMENT RENTALS 

[ CONSTRUCTION CO.. INC. 

139 PARAMOUNT ST., SPRINGFIELD 

RE 7-6115 • RE 7-9841 

NEW YORK - 4270 AUSTIN BLVD., ISLAND PARK - LONG BEACH GE neral 2-8300 





CLASS ARTISTS 


CLASS MUSICIANS 


Chris Mudgett Richard MacGregory 


Mark Williams Sue Thompson 


Your Fifth Avenue Florist at the "X" 


M. J. KITTREDGE INC. 


<5Jfc$P* 


JEWELERS 


'y^g LORIST 


1354 Main Street 


513 BELMONT AVENUE 


SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


Springfield 8, Massachusetts 
Flowers of Distinction for Every Occasion 

Joseph J. Mascaro, Prop. Tel. RE 3-941 1 

148 


— Headquarters for — 
High School Rings, Charms and Pins 



THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL 

ROUTE 5 
THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 

Where you will relax in a pleasant atmosphere 
and enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner. 



LONGUEIL 



TRANSPORTATION 



INC. 





CLASS SOPHISTICATES 
Danny Horowitz Cathy Covalli 



CLASS INDIVIDUALISTS 
George Beilby Margie Rosenthal 



REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 


KIMMELL'S 


RICHARD A. McCULLOUGH 


Bakery & Delicatessen 




Birthday, Wedding and All Occasion 


784 Williams Street 


- Cake Our Specialty - 


LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 


Corner 


"Service Is Our Business" 


WILLIAM STREET & BLISS ROAD 




— Telephone — 


LO 7-7708 


LO 7-3304 LO 7-3305 

149 



3WU 



ARMATA'S SUPER MARKET 


Tel. 567-9587 Tel. LO 7-8009 




WINNIE'S AUTO SERVICE 


• 


Repairing — Towing — Service 


901 SHAKER ROAD 


Gas — Oil — Tires 




410 Longmeadow Street 


LONGMEADOW 


LONGMEADOW 




MOST VERSATILE 
Don Greenwell Candy Rock 




CLASS COMEDIANS 
Harry Ehrlich Gail Russell 



SPRINGFIELD OFFSET 
& PRINTING CO., INC. 

18 PARK STREET 
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 
Sam Chester — Irving Rothchild 



150 




— Specializing In — 

Longmeadow — East Longmeadow — Wilbraham 

Hampden — Conn. — Springfield 

& Surrounding Communities 



We Can Replace Cancelled Insurance ALL RISKS 
Compulsory, Property Damage, Tel. RE 7-1405 

Fire, Theft and Collision 

SPECIALIZING IN 

AUTO INSURANCE 

BEL-MAR INSURANCE AGENCY 

1421 MAIN ST. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 
FAST SERVICE 

TIME PAYMENTS 

Free Parking 
William Feinberg, Manager At Municipal Garage 



Valley Cinema 

& 
Valley Sound 

958 STATE ST. 
SPRINGFIELD 

Audio Visual — Photographic Sound 

Language Labs — Closed Circuit 

Education T.V. 







MOST ACCIDENT PRONE 
Judy Melvin Jim Purdy 




CLASS ATHLETES 
Nita Walter Steve Baldwin 


FIRST in Personal Service 




UNIVERSAL JEWELRY CASE CO. 

Monufncfur&rs or 


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dundry 






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Jewelry and Novelty Boxes of Distinction 


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cum 


1 CUSTOM^ 

333 BEIMC 


W d^ CLEANERS 

3NT AVENUE 


Tel. LYceum 4-4936 

165 FRONT STREET - CHICOPEE, MASS. 

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MUTUAL OF OMAHA 



John G. Ciciarelli 

General Agent 



Ciciarelli Insurance Agency 

Headquarters for the Greatest Name 

In HEALTH INSURANCE 

Mutual of Omaha — 

Your Good Neighbor 

MUTUAL OF OMAHA 

INSURANCE COMPANY 

HOME OFFICE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA 

Insurance for Individuals and Families 

Sickness — Hospitalization — Accident 

Group Insurance • Air Travel Insur- Philip C. Ciciare 

General Agen 




ance • Student Insurance • Senior Se- 
curity Insurance for those 65 or over. 



, C.L.U. 



OVER $3,700.00 IN BENEFITS PAID EACH WEEK 
FEATURING LOCAL BENEFITS SERVICE 

- Head Office: - 

91 Broadway — Springfield, Mass. — REpublic 7-4771 

YOUR STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS 




INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS 

FRONT ROW: Bill Bennett, Kirk Lymon, Jack Sickel 

BACK ROW: Don Temple, George Bacon, George Beilby, Tim Beaulieu 



Gifts Diamonds Watches 




Telephone REpublic 2-6500 


ELCEE BUILDERS 


OPTICIAN 


QUALITY HOMES 


ALBERT J. FACEY 




Jeweler at the X 


+ 


Complete Jewelry Repair Service 


Philip R. Cohn 


SPRINGFIELD - MASSACHUSETTS 






Vice President 


539 Sumner Ave. 573 Belmont Ave. 




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Best Wishes and Good Luck 




to the 


_^ 


CLASS OF 1964 


WALLACE 


From the 




ALBERT T. WOOD 




POST 175 


HOME OF CUTLERY CRAFTSMEN 


AMERICAN LEGION 




Chris Adams, Jane Freedman, Debbie Babb, Vicki Cameron 



SMITH PHARMACY INC. 

487 Longmeadow Street 

LONGMEADOW MASSACHUSETTS 

LO 7-3582 - LO 7-5653 



153 



R. E. PHELON CO., INC 




Carol Feldman, Linda Goodell, Chris Adams, Debbie Babb, 
Linda Lane, Andy Henry, Jane Freedman 



PHELON MAGNAGRIP CO., INC. 



154 



W. F. YOUNG INC. 



Manufacture of 



ABSORBINE JR. 




SEATED: Sandy Pool, Phyllis Young, Connie Young, Sue Filkins, 
Peter Leven. STANDING: Peter Hobart. 



ABSORBINE JR. 



155 



SOULIERE BUILDING CORP. 



49 DRURY LANE 



LONGMEADOW 



+ + 



LO 7-8324 




\ 



Dolores Souliere Roland Souliere 




THE ANTHONY CALABRESE AWARD 

FOR LOW MEDAL AVERAGE 

Anthony Calabrese David Nissenbaum 



LONGMEADOW 


UNITED ENGINEERS, INC. 

Boston 


ATLANTIC CENTER 


Springfield 
Albany 


711 BLISS ROAD 


Applied Science And 
Research In: 


567-9970 


Automation 

Ground Support Equipment 




Weapons Systems 


Complete Car Care While You Shop 

156 


Registered Professional 
Engineers 



STACY 
MACHINE CO., INC. 



BUILDERS OF SPECIAL MACHINERY 
Contract Machine Work 



For School Supplies and Cosmetics 
COME TO 

BLISS PHARMACY 
INC. 

Louis H. Selwitz, Ph.G. 

Phone LO 7-3359 

794 WILLIAMS ST. AT BLISS 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

Next to Popular Markets 




Sandy Pool, K6n Seigal, Fran Mirkin 



STANDARD INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO., INC. 



246 CHESTNUT STREET 



Springfield 



Massachusetts 



157 



AUTOMOBILE SALES CO. 



95 LIBERTY STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



ENJOY 

Excellent Food, Congenial Atmosphere 
Attentive Service 

THE STUDENT PRINCE 

AND 

FORT RESTAURANT 

FORT ST. (Just off Main) 
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 




MASACKSIC TYPISTS 
Jean Cantwell, Ann Marie Rodney, Lynn Shapiro 




It isn't a home . . . until it's planted! 

LAWNS — Care, Plantings 

Asphalt Paving 

Landscape Contractors 

Thomas P. Ryland Co., Inc. 

Telephone REpublic 4-7943 
67 JAMES ST. SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



STATE LINE SERVICE STATION 

GARAGE 
1730 LONGMEADOW STREET 

<SxSxSx»< 

LO 7-75Q5 



Best Wishes to the Class of '64 

E. J. CORCORAN CO. 

PLUMBING and HEATING 
434 BLISS ROAD 



LongMeadow 



Massachusetts 



LO 7-5394 



Compliments 
of 

SHAKER BOWL 

168 SHAKER ROAD 



EAST LONGMEADOW 



MASSACHUSETTS 




OUR A. F. S. EXCHANGE STUDENT 
Leela Krishnamurthy 




INTRAMURAL BOWLING CHAMPIONS 

KNEELING: Dan Mastromatteo, Bill Mclntyre. 

SEATED: Tom Leab, Peter Otto, Mr. Hooper 



FRANK M. PAGE, INC. 


LEWIS ZUNDELL 




"Artistry in Flowers" 


Hardware — Paint — Appliances 




Distinctive Corsages, Wristlets, and Bouquets 






Daily Deliveries to 


770 MAIN STREET 




Springfield and Suburbs 


Springfield, Massachusetts 




43 MAPLE ST. 






EAST LONGMEADOW, MASS. 


Telephone REpublic 3-0912 


159 



"1965" 



GOOD LUCK 



TO 



CLASS OF '64 




Linda Goodell, Bob Conti, 
Joe Fede, Cal 


Roberta Bernstein, Sue Troiano, 
hy Adams 


Longmeadow Beauty Salon 


SUCCESS TO 


LO 7-5167 






"1964" 


151 Longmeadow Street 




LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 


BLAKES RESTAURANT 


Air Conditioned 




160 





1 H. ZIMMERMAN 


BOB'S 




VARIETY STORE 


& 






"The Store with Friendly Service" 


SONS INC. 






AT THE STATE LINE 




SEATED: Jeff Lyman, Bob Mauterstock 
STANDING: Judy Melvin, Georgia Raimondi, Dianne Davenport 



ATLAS AUTO TRIM INC. 



590 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



161 



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SPALDING "FAMILY" AT LONGMEADOW HIGH 

SEATED: Lisa Nannen, Jill Parker, Carolyn Jones 

STANDING: Gerry Nannen, Al Knaub, Kirk Knaub, Paul Jones 




162 



STERLING A. ORR INC. 



10 MILL STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 




Jill Harrington, Janet Machon, Laurie Ronaldson, 
Sue Gibson 



"Standard of the World 



// 



163 






Read the news of 

LONGMEADOW 
HIGH SCHOOL 

every Sunday in the 

"Spotlight On Youth" pages 

in the 



'pringftplft f'tmaarj Eppuultr an 




SEATED: Sue Whipple, Nancy Easton 
STANDING: Lynn Farrell, Sue Slater 



Growing with YOU . 



tomorrow's leaders 



164 



GAS is widely accepted as a fuel for most Domestic, Com- 
mercial and Industrial applications where any form of heat is 
required. 

The Springfield GAS Light Company is growing rapidly and 
has doubled its sale of GAS in the last five year. GAS IS IN 
CONSTANT DEMAND and the industry has tremendous op- 
portunities for YOU . . . whether you are looking for unlimited 
job opportunities or just wish to secure the best in appliances. 

The Springfield GAS Light Company now serves nearly 2,000 homes in 
Longmeadow and we sincerely hope to serve you! 



"1966 



a 



BEST WISHES 



TO 



Class of '64 



KHnHBHBHHMMHBHI 




SEATED: Sue Childs, Joanne Davenport 
STANDING: Scott Baird,.Rick Johnson, Frank D'Angelo 




1027 SUMNER AVE. 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



Tel. RE 4-9222 

Exclusive Decorator 
Wallpapers & Wallcoverings 



Hours: Daily 8-5:30 - Fri. 8-9 P.M. 



165 



GoThRiE 



Look around the High School grounds, 

Guthrie's quality can be found. 

Hockey, Soccer and Tennis are great, 

Guthrie helps participate. 

The reason for all these attractions, 

Is our guaranteed satisfaction. 

Buy the Yearbooks where our ads are found, 

Then come on down and look around. 



GuThRiE 



FENCE CO. inc. 

765 COLUMBUS AVE. SPRINGFIELD 5, MASS. 




KNEELING: Tim Beaulieu, Frank Diver, Royce Cort 
STANDING: Kirk Lyman, Bill Bennett 



CHIPPY'S 
BARBER SHOP 



786 WILLIAMS STREET 



Longmeadow 



Massachusetts 



166 



Call Evenings 
RE 2-6752 - ST 2-2555 - RE 7-0012 

Chief Walmer's 

DRIVING SCHOOL 

Dual Control Cars 

We Call for You 

19 NORFOLK STREET 

Springfield, Mass. 



TED MILTON'S SELECT CARS 



565 Memorial Avenue 



WEST SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



"Buy with Confidence' 



Forest Products Co. 
of East Longmeadow, Inc. 

Lumber — Plywood — Millwork 

Hardware — Tools — Paints 

Home Improvements 

Free Estimating 

95 SHAKER ROAD 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

ST 8-7095 LA 5-3337 




KNEELING: Chris Adams, Sue Alport 
STANDING: Linda Lane, Lois Abrahams, Linda Goodell 



BRECKWOOD LUMBER TRIM CO., INC. 



78 VERGE STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



The largest manufacturers of wooden roof trusses 
in Western Massachusetts 



167 



BEAUTY SHOP ON THE GREEN 

Josephine M. Lucas, Prop. 

9 CHANDLER AVE. 
(Cor. Chandler Ave. & Longmeadow Street) 



LONGMEADOW 



MASSACHUSETTS 



Tel. LO 7-5643 



Instant Hair Dryers 




Bonnie Smith 



Robin Atkinson 



168 



Telephone LO 7-7089 

ROBERT F. SCOTT 
CO., INC. 

Longmeadow Garage 

Service Specialists 

467 LONGMEADOW STREET 

Longmeadow, Mass. 



BRIGHTWOOD HARDWARE 
& Bike Shop 

794 WILLIAMS STREET 
LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

Bike Repairs — Appliance Repairs 
Scott Lawn Products 

Free Delivery — — LO 7-8436 



DAVE'S FOODTOWN 
SUPERMARKET 

Member of "Big 11" 



60 Shaker Rd. 



East Longmeadow 



483 Belmont Ave. 



Springfield 



PIONEER VALLEY 
REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

HAROLD M. CATLIN, Realtor 
Exclusive Representatives 

TRANSAMERICAN 
Real Estate Corp. 

471 LONGMEADOW STREET 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Telephone LO 7-3640 







SEATED: Connie Katz, Ann Throne 
STANDING: Mary Wood 



iMB»BOTn»iiai««^^ 



Aluminum 
Brass 



All Sizes 

Shapes 

Alloys 




Quality products of the finest 
mills in England and the Con- 
tinent, competitively priced. "To 
profitably Reduce your metal 
costs, call your nearest Atlantic 
Office Today!" 



ATLANTIC ALUMINUM 

AND METAL DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 




169 



NEW ENGLAND CONTAINER COMPANY 



CHICOPEE, MASSACHUSETTS 




SEATED: Carl Craft, Ben Boynton 
STANDING: Diane Kellner 



Manufacturers of 

CORRUGATED CONTAINERS 

BOXES & CARTONS 



170 



■ 



PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS 



WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE 




LONGMEADOW HOSTESSES 
Jill Harrington Laurie Ronaldson 



HAPPY LANDING 

TO 

THE 
CLASS OF "1964" 




171 



J. C. PENNY CO. 



1320 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 




DENNIS ROBB FOOTBALL AWARD 
Steve Baldwin Bob Mauterstock 




JUDGE HARRY M. EHRLICH SOCCER AWARD 
Harry Ehrlich 







MARIO'S 




JOFFE 


BARBER SHOP 

Mario Magnani, Proprietor 




OIL 


Best Haircuts 
in Town 




COMPANY 


911 SHAKER ROAD 
TRADING POST PARKING CENTER 


172 







NATIONAL 


TEL. RE 6-4711 


Gage and Die Co., Inc. 


1. M. PRESS FORMAL SHOP 




"We Will Impress You With Our Service" 


+ 


Correct Formal Dress 




Tuxedos, Full Dress, Cutaways 




Strollers, White Dinner Jackets 


11 RAMAH CIRCLE 


All Accessories 


AGAWAM MASS. 


326 DWIGHT ST. SPRINGFIELD 




M 



7 



Susan Fisher 



Richard Flier 



JEWELRY -.- SILVERSMITHS 



'Quality Jewelers Since 1862' 



LANDEN-TRUE INC. 



1390 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



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"1967" 

SUCCESS 
TO 

Class of '64 




FRONT ROW: Judy Zuckerman, Carol Zandan, Barbara Zerwitz 
BACK ROW: Paul Reville, John Peverly 


HOMES OF DISTINCTION 


STATE LINE 


by Roy Provencher 


FINE FOODS 


21 PRIMROSE DRIVE 






!§>^X£< 


Longmeadow, Massachusetts 




+ 


25 ENFIELD STREET 


Telephone LO 7-3970 

174 


Thompsonville Connecticut 



■ 1 ■ 




HOW TO SUCCEED WITHOUT REALLY TRYING . . . 



In fashion that is . . . just hop on your bike and whizz to 

Steiger's Longmeadow for clothes that are really "in." 
We've smashing sweaters, separates, kicky classics, 

glamour tricks, fun clothes and off-beat accessories. 



OPEN MON. THURS. FRI. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. 
OPEN TUES. WED. SAT. 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 







.ONGMEADOW 



175 




20 DWIGHT STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



RE 3-0458 




"over 54 years serving Springfield" 



Dual Control Cars — Standard & Automatic Shift 



Licensed by Registrar of Motor Vehicles 



176 



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BAY PATH 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Courses of Study: 

Executive Secretarial 

Medical Secretarial 

Liberal Arts 



588 Longmeadow Street Telephone LO 7-3371 Longmeadow, Mass. 

Catalog Sent Upon Request 





Rushing home from a Girls' Sports Night Rehearsal 



DA LE 3RQ5 



RE 6-5491 



472 UNION STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



177 



RE 3-1360 - Phones - RE 2-6120 

K. MILLER TOOL & MFG. CO., INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF WIRE STRIPPERS 



Kenneth T. Miller 
President 

Res. LO 7-3819 



875 ELM STREET 
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 




Judy Milne 



Beth Moakler 



HAYDEN WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE INC. 

245 ENFIELD STREET 
Thompsonville Connecticut 




178 



For any room in the home visit 
HAYDEN WAYSIDE FURNITURE 

where you will always find 
QUALITY - SERVICE - SAVINGS 



HOWARD JOHNSON'S 

25 PARK AVENUE 
West Springfield 

+ + 
RE 2-3877 



^mp 


THE M. J. O'MALLEY 




Company 


QillQouje ltd 


SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


Clothiers — Haberdashers 




REpublic 9-1226 


— Printing — Offset Lithography — 


22 VERNON STREET 


Pen Ruling 


Springfield, Mass. 






L. to R.: Tim Beaulieu, Kirk Lyman, Frank Diver 



BEAULIEU CHEVROLET INC. 



707 STATE ST. 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



179 



FTD Member 



473 Longmeadow St. 




Deliveries to Greater Springfield 



Brad Parker, Jr 
LO 7-3343 




Al Knaub Leslie Simons Brad Parker 



180 



LIBRARY 
BOOK HOUSE 



+ + 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



Arkay invites 
You 

to preview its 
Summer Fashions 

ARKAY 

12 VERNON STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASS. 



In 



MIDTOWN RECREATION 


MANSFIELD PAPER 


BOWLING ALLEYS 


CO., INC. 


2 ORANGE STREET 






187 LIBERTY STREET 


SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 






SPRINGFIELD 


RE 4-9729 Di Carlo Bros., Prop. 






MASSACHUSETTS 


Air Conditioned 






LONGMEADOW BARBER SHOP 



Anthony Alaimo, Proprietor 



16 BLISS ROAD 



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A T 


E L E 


P 


H O 


N E JOB 


OFFERS 


BOTH 


CAREER 


AND 


SOCIAL 


SATISFACTION 



WITHOUT BREAKING STRIDE, 

why not graduate from high school to the Telephone Company? 
You'll love the friendly young people who'll work with you, and the 
many social activities that make your work so pleasant and rewarding. 

OPPORTUNITY IS EXCELLENT 

and your ability will be recognized. Your starting salary should 
climb with regular increases. And, of course, Company benefits, 
security, and regular advancement are well-known reasons why 
working for the Telephone Company is so attractive to graduates. 

TELEPHONE JOBS ARE IMPORTANT, 

vital to the effective communications of the community, the 
nation, and the world. When you take your place as a respected 
member of the telephone community, we'll train you, on full 
salary, even without previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you 
graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where 
to apply. 

TELEPHONE 



NEW ENGLAND 




182 



ALAMAC KNITTING MILLS, INC. 



34 FRONT STREET 



INDIAN ORCHARD 



MASSACHUSETTS 




Doug Thai 
Sandy Thai 




Au Revoir Auf Weidersehen 

Until We Meet Again 



183 



MASACKSIC STAFF 
1964 

Co-editors Ann Gostyn 

Pam Stone 
Wayne Trebbin 

Art Editor Chris Mudgett 

Business Co-chairmen Jean Artioli 

Robin Atkinson 
Dianne Davenport 
Dee Dibble 
Richard Rossow 

Treasurer Marilyn Milton 

Secretary Myra Cohen 

Literary Adviser Arax Charkoudian 

Art Adviser Lillian Erickson 

Business Adviser Maurice Suher 



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